Evanescent Wave Coupling

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Evanescent Wave - Evanescent-wave Coupling
... In optics, evanescent-wave coupling is a process by which electromagnetic waves are transmitted from one medium to another by means of the evanescent, exponentially ... Coupling is usually accomplished by placing two or more electromagnetic elements such as optical waveguides close together so that the evanescent field generated by one element does not decay much ... modes of the appropriate frequency, the evanescent field gives rise to propagating-wave modes, thereby connecting (or coupling) the wave from one waveguide to the next ...
Evanescent Wave - Evanescent-wave Coupling - Applications
... Evanescent wave coupling is commonly used in photonic and nanophotonic devices as waveguide sensors ... Evanescent wave coupling is used to excite, for example, dielectric microsphere resonators ... Evanescent coupling, as near field interaction, is one of the concerns in electromagnetic compatibility ...

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