Extraordinary optical transmission without plasmons : the s-polarization case

@inproceedings{Moreno2006ExtraordinaryOT,
  title={Extraordinary optical transmission without plasmons : the s-polarization case},
  author={Esteban Moreno and L Martı́n-Moreno and F J Garcı́a-Vidal},
  year={2006}
}
It is shown that extraordinary optical transmission through perforated metallic films is possible for s-polarization. Although surface plasmons do not exist for this polarization, their role can be played by a wave sustained by a thin dielectric layer on top of the metallic film. The numerical simulations presented here confirm that the existence of a surface wave, whatever its nature, is responsible for the extraordinary optical transmission phenomenon. 
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