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problem 1:

a) Show that the normal component of electric displacement and magnetic induction are continuous across the boundary.
b) Describe the action of Fresnel’s Rhomb.

problem 2: Describe in detail the phenomenon of dispersion in absorbing media on the basis of electromagnetic theory.

problem 3:

a) Describe the characteristics properties of the laser light.
b) Derive the condition for population inversion needed for light amplification.

problem 4:

a) Describe the stability criteria of carfocal optical resonator.
b) Describe the limitation line width due to the radiating decay.

problem 5: Describe in detail the different conditions to record various types of holograms.

problem 6: describe in detail the red time and speckle interferometry.

problem 7:

a) describe the basic elements of an optical fiber communication system with the help of a block diagram.
b) Describe the propagation of meridiard rays in a step – index optical fiber.

problem 8:

a) Describe the wave equations for the graded index fibers and therefore derive mode equations.
b) Describe about the core-cladding losses in the optical fibers.

problem 9: Answer any two of the given:

a) Total Internal Reflection.
b) Ruby Laser.
c) LIDAR.
d) Intermodal dispersion.

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