compute the cavity , Electrical Engineering

Consider the optical cavity shown below.

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(a) Compute the photon lifetime.

(b) Compute the cavity Q (assume that the wavelength region of interest is 500nm).

(c) Suppose that path 1 has a power transmission coefficient of 0.85 rather than 1. What is the new photon lifetime?

(d) Suppose that path 1 has a power transmission coefficient of 1.1 rather than 1. What is the new photon lifetime?

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