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The FDE solver formulates Maxwell’s equation into a matrix eigenvalue problem. What are the direct results of the calculation?
For a lossy waveguide, how is the modal loss obtained?
When calculating the power coupling, we assume:
The FDE solver can be used to find modes in waveguides with tapers.
The overlap calculation takes into account the fact that some of the fields are reflected.
What input(s) are used by the FDE solver to calculate the modes at a single frequency point?
Does the bent waveguide solver find modes for an infinite bend, or 90 degree bend?
You have a waveguide setup as below for a bent waveguide calculation. The ‘orientation’ is set to ‘0’.
What is the minimum 'bend radius' required in micron?
(Round the answer to first decimal figure, for example, 1.3)