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Narrow-band waveguide taps using photonic surface modes supported by multilayer dielectric stacks

Narrow-band waveguide taps using photonic surface modes supported by multilayer dielectric stacks
Narrow-band waveguide taps using photonic surface modes supported by multilayer dielectric stacks
The photonic surface modes supported by multilayer dielectric stacks are highly dispersive. They can therefore be used to design mode-selective taps and narrow-band notch transmission filters for waveguide applications.
Lloyd-Lucas, F.D.
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Pechstedt, R.D.
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Birks, T.A.
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Russell, P.St.J.
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Lloyd-Lucas, F.D.
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Pechstedt, R.D.
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Birks, T.A.
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Russell, P.St.J.
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Lloyd-Lucas, F.D., Pechstedt, R.D., Birks, T.A. and Russell, P.St.J. (1995) Narrow-band waveguide taps using photonic surface modes supported by multilayer dielectric stacks. OSA Integrated Photonics Research. 4 pp .

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Abstract

The photonic surface modes supported by multilayer dielectric stacks are highly dispersive. They can therefore be used to design mode-selective taps and narrow-band notch transmission filters for waveguide applications.

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Published date: 23 February 1995
Venue - Dates: OSA Integrated Photonics Research, 1995-02-23

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