Superprism phenomena in photonic crystals: toward microscale lightwave circuits

@inproceedings{Kosaka1999SuperprismPI,
  title={Superprism phenomena in photonic crystals: toward microscale lightwave circuits},
  author={Hideo Kosaka and Takayuki Kawashima and Akihisa Tomita and Masaya Notomi and Toshiaki Tamamura and Takashi Sato and Shojiro Kawakami},
  year={1999}
}
The superprism phenomenon, the dispersion of light 500 times stronger than the dispersion in conventional prisms, was demonstrated at optical wavelengths in photonic crystals (PC's) fabricated on Si. Drastic light-beam steering in the PC's was achieved by slightly changing the incident wavelength or angle. The scanning span reached 50/spl deg/ with only a 1% shift of incident wavelength, and reached 140/spl deg/ with only a 14/spl deg/ shift of the incident angle at wavelengths around 1 /spl mu… CONTINUE READING

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