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Guided modes of a four-layer optical waveguide with a metal buffer

Guided modes of a four-layer optical waveguide with a metal buffer

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A 4-layer optical waveguide with a metal buffer layer of varying thickness has been examined theoretically and solutions of the dispersion relation have been found numerically. Particular attention has been paid to the electric-field distributions and the losses in the waveguide.

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