Open Semiconductor Waveguide for Millimeter Wave Application

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(Conference Contribution)

Publication Details

Author(s): Karg R, Ermert H, Brand H, Appelhans G
Publisher: IEEE
Publication year: 1976
Language: English


A rectangular dielectric semiconductor waveguide is theoretically
investigated by transverse mode matching methods. In an experiment the
resistivity of the semiconductor material is changed by illuminating
with a GaAs laser beam. Depending on the configuration and intensity of
the light spot the waveguide behaves like a termination or a short. This
effect is controllable in position and time. In a further step the
radiation from a local inhomogeneity in an open structure is
intentionally used for generating a light-controlled radiating element.

How to cite

Karg, R., Ermert, H., Brand, H., & Appelhans, G. (1976). Open Semiconductor Waveguide for Millimeter Wave Application. IEEE.

Karg, R, et al. "Open Semiconductor Waveguide for Millimeter Wave Application." IEEE, 1976.


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