Two-dimensional photonic-bandgap structures operating at near-infrared wavelengths

  title={Two-dimensional photonic-bandgap structures operating at near-infrared wavelengths},
  author={T. Krauss and R. M. Rue and S. Brand},
  • T. Krauss, R. M. Rue, S. Brand
  • Published 1996
  • Materials Science
  • Nature
  • PHOTONIC crystals are artificial structures having a periodic dielectric structure designed to influence the behaviour of photons in much the same way that the crystal structure of a semiconductor affects the properties of electrons1. In particular, photonic crystals forbid propagation of photons having a certain range of energies (known as a photonic bandgap), a property that could be incorporated in the design of novel optoelectronic devices2. Following the demonstration of a material with a… CONTINUE READING
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