In this study, the transmission properties of photonic crystals with multiple periodic defects are studied by using a fullwave approach. The high convergence rate of the employed technique has allowed us to accurately and efficiently predict the filtering behavior of the considered structures. Results are presented for both TE and TM polarizations, showing the transmission efficiencies as a function of the involved parameters. In order to give more physical insight, a comparison with a simpler one-dimensional model has been provided. From our numerical investigation, it turns out that, by suitably configuring the photonic bandgap, it is possible to shape the filtering properties in TE polarization in a simple and versatile way.

Frezza, F., Pajewski, L., Schettini, G. (2005). Numerical Investigation on the Filtering Behavior of 2D-PBGs with Multiple Periodic Defects. IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON NANOTECHNOLOGY, 4(6), 730-739 [10.1109/TNANO.2005.858597].

Numerical Investigation on the Filtering Behavior of 2D-PBGs with Multiple Periodic Defects

PAJEWSKI, LARA;SCHETTINI, Giuseppe
2005-01-01

Abstract

In this study, the transmission properties of photonic crystals with multiple periodic defects are studied by using a fullwave approach. The high convergence rate of the employed technique has allowed us to accurately and efficiently predict the filtering behavior of the considered structures. Results are presented for both TE and TM polarizations, showing the transmission efficiencies as a function of the involved parameters. In order to give more physical insight, a comparison with a simpler one-dimensional model has been provided. From our numerical investigation, it turns out that, by suitably configuring the photonic bandgap, it is possible to shape the filtering properties in TE polarization in a simple and versatile way.
Frezza, F., Pajewski, L., Schettini, G. (2005). Numerical Investigation on the Filtering Behavior of 2D-PBGs with Multiple Periodic Defects. IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON NANOTECHNOLOGY, 4(6), 730-739 [10.1109/TNANO.2005.858597].
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