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The transmissions Tc and Td are additional attenuators. 4 show these spectra for a certain parameter set, speciﬁed in the drawings. For large phase shifts (Fig. 3) an oscillatory spectrum appears. 05 Fig. 3. 13). 5 there are no zero points in the region around k/k0 = 1. Due to the large phase shift (k/k0 )(Ld k0 − Lc k0 ), the spectra exhibit a distinct oscillatory pattern. σ = (δk)/k0 . 05 0 Fig. 4. 13). Due to a relatively small phase shift (k/k0 )(Ld k0 − Lc k0 ) the h-spectrum exhibits an almost Gaussian pattern.
10 and the ooutput of Fig. 11 are equal. Simulation just provides a lot of insight to interferometric procedures that cannot be understood easily otherwise. Looking at Figs. 13, we recognize the similarity to Fig. 4 for the same reasons as discussed before. 27), respectively are drawn in Figs. 17. In Fig. 14 three peaks can be realized for |ψk (x)|2 and only two peaks for |ψl (x)|2 . The large peak in |ψk (x)|2 arises from superposition of two peaks at the same position k0 x = 1000, whereas for |ψl (x)|2 , the two peaks annihilate each other at that position.
17 exhibit peaks at position k0 x = 600. Almost all the intensity is concentrated in |ψk (x)|2 (notice the diﬀerent scales in the ﬁgures). Small contributions are caused by interference between the corresponding wave functions. The spectra can be compared to those of Figs. 13. Basically one large Gaussian function |αk (k)|2 appears in Fig. 12. To simplify matters, for the three MZ interferometer systems Fig. 29)) are drawn in Figs. 1, which is 10 times larger than in the previous pictures. As a consequence, the sum of the four intensities has to be one for any ﬁxed value β: Ik + Il + Io + Ip = 1.
Application of It for Competitive Advantage at Keane, INC by Mark R. Andrews, Raymond Papp