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Electromagnetically Induced Waveguides and Propagation in Forbidden Zone

  • G. S. Agarwal
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Abstract

We demonstrate how an intense resonant electromagnetic field can be used to allow propagation in otherwise forbidden region. We further show how a weak probe beam can be guided through a medium whose properties are spatially modified by a donut beam.

Keywords

Dielectric Function Probe Beam Pump Beam Rabi Frequency Exit Plane 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • G. S. Agarwal
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  1. 1.Physical Research Laboratory, NavrangpuraAhmedabadIndia

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