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a collection of Matlab tools for optical simulations. Available at www.gwoptics.org/simtools
- Simtools
- 2009
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Citation Context ... a lens (the built-in Finesse command) to the focussing by a mirror map representing the same focal length. The transmission map representing a lens has been created using a set of SimTools functions =-=[SimTools]-=-, see Section 5.1.1, the MATLAB file is: focallength = 200; L1=10; L2=150; lambda = 1064e-9; realsize = 0.7; finesse_map_filename=’lens_map.txt’; 97 Chapter 4 Higher-order spatial modes, the paraxial ... |

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see also the Errata at http://www-ee.stanford.edu/~siegman/lasers_book_errata.pdf
- ‘Lasers’
- 1986
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Citation Context ...1 q(z) exp ( −i kx 2 + y2 2q(z) ) . (4.18) The complete set of solutions as given in Equation 4.11 can now be written as2: unm(x, y, z) = un(x, z)um(y, z), (4.19) 2 Please note that this formula from =-=[Siegman]-=- is very compact. Since the parameter q is a complex number, the expression contains at least two complex square roots. The complex square root requires a different algebra than the standard square ro... |

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Sangiovanni-Vincentelli: ‘Sparse, A Sparse Linear Equation Solver
- Kundert, A
- 1988
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Citation Context ...n system numerically: For each data point, the linear set of equations is updated, the ‘right hand side’ vector is generated and the system is solved numerically (using a sparse matrix solver such as =-=[Sparse]-=-). This step is repeated for each data point and each possible light frequency (i.e. modulation sidebands). Writing the data to an output file: After solving the system of equations, all light amplitu... |

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Vinet: ‘The VIRGO physics book’, this book is currently a very good optics textbook, available online at: http://wwwcascina.virgo.infn.it/vpb
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Citation Context ...oupling of Hermite-Gauss modes The following is based on the work of F. Bayer-Helms [Bayer-Helms]. I later discovered that there exists a very good description of coupling coefficients by J. Y. Vinet =-=[VPB]-=-. Let us assume two different cavities with different sets of eigenmodes. The first set is characterised by the beam parameter q1 and the second by the parameter q2. A beam 85 Chapter 4 Higher-order s... |

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Mode matching and diffraction loss of FP cavity with thermal deformations
- Yamamoto
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Citation Context ...revious attempts to simulate this using other modal methods have failed to replicate the results achieved using Fast-Fourier-Transform (FFT) propagation methods, such as those carried out by Yamamoto =-=[Yamamoto]-=-. The application of thermal effects in models of gravitational wave detectors will be crucial for the commissioning of advanced detectors, so it is vital that Finesse can simulate these effects accur... |