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I need help for the following

1, How we can split the light into its clock-wise and anti-clo翺clock-wise components.
2. How can we set the polarisation of light using s1 s2 s3 components.

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    • #69414
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      I need help for the following

      1, How we can split the light into its clock-wise and anti-clo翺clock-wise components.
      2. How can we set the polarisation of light using s1 s2 s3 components.

    • #69417
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      Dear CHANDRASENAN,

      1. As it is said, to split a light into two counter-propagating light waves, one way is to use Sagnac loop with different configurations depending on the applications.

      2. In Q2, if you mean practically how to set the polarization, you can use a Polaroid sheet, easily available in Market.

      Please describe your work for more help.

      Best wishes

      Faramarz E. Seraji

    • #69418
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      Thankyou sir.

      Sir, But how can sagnac loop is simulated in Optisystem.

    • #69419
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      Please explain what you are doing to see the basics of your needs?

    • #69421
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      Ahmad Atieh
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      Dear All,
      please refer to the example (Nonlinear Optical Loop Mirror.osd) in OptiSystem Example library to get guidance on how to use the Sagnac loop. You may find them at the following location.
      C:\Users\USER NAME\Documents\OptiSystem 18.0 Samples\All optical processing

      Regards,
      Ahmad

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