14 May 1993 Theory of planar electrode systems for integrated-optic devices
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Proceedings Volume 1932, Guided-Wave Optics; (1993) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.145590
Event: Guided Wave Optics, 1992, Moscow, Russian Federation
Two-dimensional problems of the calculation of planar electrode systems are considered. A rigorous solution is found in analytic form for the quasistatic electrodynamic problem of planar systems with an arbitrary number of parallel infinite thin electrodes placed on the interface of two arbitrarily oriented conducting single crystals. On this basis transition processes connected with a spatial charge excitation in anisotropic media are analyzed. A numerical method of solving the electrostatic problem for planar electrodes with a buffer layer is developed. The established analytic solutions for infinitely thin electrodes are used for approximate solutions design in the case of realistic finite thickness electrodes and in the case of the buffer layer presence.
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Alexander B. Sotsky, Alexander B. Sotsky, Luidmila I. Sotskaya, Luidmila I. Sotskaya, V. I. Sivucha, V. I. Sivucha, } "Theory of planar electrode systems for integrated-optic devices", Proc. SPIE 1932, Guided-Wave Optics, (14 May 1993); doi: 10.1117/12.145590; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.145590

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