Large field enhancement obtained by combining Fabry–Perot resonance and Rayleigh anomaly in photonic crystal slabs

@article{Dossou2017LargeFE,
  title={Large field enhancement obtained by combining Fabry–Perot resonance and Rayleigh anomaly in photonic crystal slabs},
  author={Kokou B. Dossou},
  journal={Journal of Optics},
  year={2017},
  volume={19}
}
  • K. Dossou
  • Published 15 August 2016
  • Physics, Geology
  • Journal of Optics
By applying the properties of Fabry–Perot resonance and Rayleigh anomaly, we have shown that a photonic crystal slab can scatter the light from an incident plane wave into a diffracted light with a very large reflection or transmission coefficient. The enhanced field is either a propagating diffracted wave (with a grazing angle of diffraction) or a weakly evanescent diffracted wave, so it can be particularly useful for applications requiring an enhanced propagating field (or an enhanced field… 
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