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Broadside High Index Dielectric Beam Routing

@article{Dewanjee2017BroadsideHI,
  title={Broadside High Index Dielectric Beam Routing},
  author={Arnab Dewanjee and Stewart Aitchison and Mohammad Mojahedi},
  journal={arXiv: Optics},
  year={2017}
}
We propose a technique to control the beam direction of a dielectric optical micro-prism structure by properly designing its geometry. We show that by selectively choosing the slope of a high index micro prism, the direction of the radiated beam from the tip can be controlled in the broadside direction of the prism structure. We propose an easy fabrication method to integrate such broadside beam routers on a Si platform. We also propose a demonstrate a technique to build the beam router on an… 

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