Abstract

Two series expansion methods to calculate modal properties of nonlinear planar dielectric waveguides are presented. Both methods are based on a tangent-type variable transformation of spatial coordinates: one uses Fourier exponentials and the other Chebyshev polynomials. It is shown that these methods can give very accurate results for a broad range of frequency and nonlinearity values.

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