About the book
Electromagnetic waveguides are key components in communications and sensor technologies. A waveguide is any structure that causes waves to follow a certain path instead of spreading out into a larger and larger volume of space. They play a crucial role in the current electronic industrial, medical and information technology. This book aims to cover the design, modeling and application of electromagnetic waveguides in a broad spectrum ranging from nanometer to millimeter wavelengths. Contributions in waveguide theory, fabrication and applications in communication, lasing and sensing are welcome. This includes waveguide technologies in optics, photonics and microwave engineering. The book addresses needs in academics and industries. Therefore, scientists, practicing researchers and postgraduate students as well as senior researchers whose work relates to the latest waveguide technologies are invited to contribute to this book. Both, practical issues and future trends, can be discussed. Literature reviews and original studies are highly welcome.
This book aims to serve as a practical summary of the latest concepts in waveguide technologies.