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Since a Gaussian beam has a far zone pattern as in (6), insertion of that pattern function into (39) determines the coupling from an incident beam in a layered medium to the guided modes. These considerations 3 are relevant to integrated optical systems. C. Application to Unstable Optical Resonators The injection of quasi-optic waveguide considerations into the analysis of open optical resonators for laser oscillators has provided another timely application. Here, the region containing the active lasing material (usually encased in a large tubular configuration) is terminated at both ends by reflecting mirrors, ^Alternatively the Gaussian beam problem can be tackled by complex displacement of the coordinate location of an isotropic point radiator; see Sec.

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Since it can be shown that the local parallel plane formulation and the single diffraction formulation in (40) have overlapping regions of applicability, the modal coupling coefficients are available ( 4 J High-Frequency Propagation and Scattering 55 for arbitrary mirror curvatures [27]. , the complex eigenvalues) as a function of mirror size and shape are calculated by inser­ tion of the caustic and edge reflection coefficients into the transverse resonance relation, one obtains remarkably good agree­ ment with data from numerical solution of the integral equation for the currents induced on the mirror surfaces [31].

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