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Theoretical treatment of the interaction between two-level atoms and periodic waveguides  [PDF]
Xiaorun Zang,Philippe Lalanne
Physics , 2015, DOI: 10.1364/OL.40.003869
Abstract: Light transport in periodic waveguides coupled to a two-level atom is investigated. By using optical Bloch equations and a photonic modal formalism, we derive semi-analytical expressions for the scattering matrix of one atom trapped in a periodic waveguide. The derivation is general, as the expressions hold for any periodic photonic or plasmonic waveguides. It provides a basic building block to study collective effects arising from photon-mediated multi-atom interactions in periodic waveguides.
Resonant coupling of coplanar waveguides with ferromagnetic tubes  [PDF]
A. Kozhanov,D. Ouellette,M. Rodwell,D. W. Lee,S. X. Wang,S. J. Allen
Physics , 2009,
Abstract: Resonant coupling of coplanar waveguides is explored by wrapping proximate shorted ends of the waveguides with micron size ferromagnetic Co90Ta5Zr5 tubes. Ferromagnetic resonance and up to 7 outer surface modes are identified. Experimental results for these contorted rectangular tubes are in good agreement with micromagnetic simulations and model calculations of magnetostatic modes for an elliptical ferromagnetic tube. These results indicate that the modes are largely determined by tube topology and dimensions but less so by the detailed shape.
Analysis of the Reflection Properties in Electromagnetic Bandgap Coplanar Waveguides Loaded with Reactive Elements
F. Martín;F. Falcone;J. Bonache;T. Lopetegi;M. A. G. Laso;M. Sorolla
PIER , 2003, DOI: 10.2528/PIER03022504
Abstract: Abstract-In this work, we study the reflection properties of coplanar waveguides (CPW) periodically loaded with shunt connected capacitances and periodically perturbed by varying the slot width. These structures are of interest because the low pass frequency response with spurious frequency bands, inherent to the presence of capacitors, can be improved. This is achieved through the attenuation of frequency parasitics that is obtained by the introduction of slot width modulation. Both sinusoidal and square wave patterns are considered and the effects of the relative position of reactive elements with regard to the perturbation geometry is analysed. According to coupled mode theory, the central frequencies of the rejected bands in periodic transmission media are given by the spectrum of the perturbation function. However, it is demonstrated that, due to the presence of capacitors, multiple spurious bands can be simultaneously suppressed even in the case of a singly tuned (sinusoidal) perturbation geometry. This result points out that the frequency selective behaviour associated to the presence of slot width modulation can not be interpreted in the framework of coupled mode theory, since the rejection of spurious bands in periodic loaded CPWs is not merely given by the spectrum of the perturbation geometry.
Analysis of Normal and Superconducting Coplanar Waveguides in Radio Astronomy
Kim Ho Yeap,Choy Yoong Tham,Kee Choon Yeong,Kok Hen Chong
International Journal of Electronics, Computer and Communications Technologies , 2011,
Abstract: In terahertz radio astronomy, superconducting coplanar waveguide resonators have been commonly applied in Kinetic Inductance Detectors (KIDs) to measure the absorption of photon energy in the millimeter and submillimeter bands. Here, we present an analysis on the performance of superconducting niobium coplanar waveguides (CPWs). To compute the loss in a superconducting CPW, we have incorporated the complex conductivity developed by Matis and Bardeen based on the superconducting BCS theory, into the CPW loss equation. We have made a comparison between the loss in a CPW at room temperature with that below the critical temperature Tc of the superconductor. It can be observed that at frequencies below the gap frequency fg, the low in the superconducting CPW is significantly lower than that in a normal CPW. Above fg, however, the material loses its superconductivity and the loss in both temperatures becomes comparable. In our analysi, we have also shown that the loss decreases as the gap bewteen the strip and groundplane becomes wider. Hence, with careful design, the loss in a CPW can actuall y be minimized.

Ruan Chengli,

电子与信息学报 , 2000,
Abstract: Suspended coplanar waveguides have the advantage of both finline and suspended stripline. In this paper suspended coplanar waveguides are analyzed using conformal mapping techniques, and the exact solutions are obtained. Analytic closed-form expressions for the effective dielectric constant, the capacitance per unit length and the characteristic impedance of the suspended coplanar waveguides with finite thickness of dielectric substrate are given.
Adaptive Neuro-Fuzzy Models for Conventional Coplanar Waveguides
Mustafa Turkmen;Sabri Kaya;Celal Yildiz;Kerim Guney
PIER B , 2008, DOI: 10.2528/PIERB08031208
Abstract: In this work a new method based on the adaptive neuro-fuzzy inference system (ANFIS) was successfully introduced to determine the characteristic parameters, effective permittivities and characteristic impedances, of conventional coplanar waveguides. The ANFIS has the advantages of expert knowledge of fuzzy inference system and learning capability of neural networks. A hybrid-learning algorithm, which combines least-square method and backpropagation algorithm, is used to identify the parameters of ANFIS. There are very good agreement between the results of ANFIS models, experimental works, conformal mapping technique, spectral domain approach and a commercial electromagnetic simulator, MMICTL.
Coplanar Waveguides Incorporating Srrs or Csrrs: a Comprehensive Study
Ibraheem A. I. Al-Naib;Martin Koch
PIER B , 2010, DOI: 10.2528/PIERB10061602
Abstract: We numerically and experimentally evaluate different designs of coplanar waveguides (CPWs) loaded with split ring resonators (SRRs) and complementary split ring resonators (CSRRs), respectively. In particular, we are interested in their stop-band performance. Starting from structures which consist of two concentric rings, we study devices with only an outer ring, an inner ring or multiple concentric rings. Furthermore, our study shows that introducing slots in the proximity of the SRR or CSRR will modify the stop-band considerably. Single and multiple unit cells for both designs are fabricated and measured. Our results demonstrate the potential of the CSRR/CPW structure for filter applications.
Trapped modes for periodic structures in waveguides  [PDF]
Julian Edward
Mathematics , 2002,
Abstract: The Laplace operator is considered for waveguides perturbed by a periodic structure consisting of N congruent obstacles spanning the waveguide. Neumann boundary conditions are imposed on the periodic structure, and either Neumann or Dirichlet conditions on the guide walls. It is proven that there are at least N (resp. N-1) trapped modes in the Neumann case (resp. Dirichlet case) under fairly general hypotheses, including the special case where the obstacles consist of line segments placed parallel to the waveguide walls. This work should be viewed as an extension of "Periodic structures on waveguides" by Linton and McIvor.
On the attenuation coefficient of monomode periodic waveguides  [PDF]
Alexandre Baron,Simon Mazoyer,Wojciech Smigaj,Philippe Lalanne
Physics , 2011, DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevLett.107.153901
Abstract: It is widely accepted that, on ensemble average, the transmission T of guided modes decays exponentially with the waveguide length L due to small imperfections, leading to the important figure of merit defined as the attenuation-rate coefficient alpha = -/L. In this letter, we evidence that the exponential-damping law is not valid in general for periodic monomode waveguides, especially as the group velocity decreases. This result that contradicts common beliefs and experimental practices aiming at measuring alpha is supported by a theoretical study of light transport in the limit of very small imperfections, and by numerical results obtained for two waveguide geometries that offer contrasted damping behaviours.
An analytical approach to atomic multichannel collisions in tight harmonic waveguides  [PDF]
Benjamin He?,Panagiotis Giannakeas,Peter Schmelcher
Physics , 2015, DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevA.92.022706
Abstract: We perform an analytical investigation in the framework of generalized $K$ matrix theory of the scattering problem in tight isotropic and harmonic waveguides allowing for several open scattering channels. The scattering behavior is explored for identical bosons and fermions, as well as for distinguishable particles, the main aspect being the confinement-induced resonances (CIR) which are attributed to different partial waves. In particular we present the unitarity bounds which emerge when considering a quasi one dimensional system. Unitarity bounds are also given for the transition coefficients, which show the limitations for efficient transversal (de-)excitations by means of CIRs. We analyze the CIR for $d$-waves and find the intriguing phenomenon of a strong transmission suppression in the presence of more than one open channel, which represents an interesting regime to be applied in the corresponding many-particle systems. The corresponding channel threshold singularities are studied and it is shown that these are solely determined by the symmetry class of the partial wave.
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