Complete bandgap arising from the effects of hollow, veins, and intersecting veins in a square lattice of square dielectric rods photonic crystal

Hong-Fa Ho, Yuan Fong Chau, Hsiao Yu Yeh, Fong Lin Wu

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Abstract

We perform numerical analysis of ultralarge complete photonic bandgap (CPBG) of two-dimensional photonic crystals, which are square arrays of dielectric-shell rods, with dielectric veins and intersecting veins to link them. It is shown how a maximum CPBG, Δω = 0.222592(2πc/a), is obtained within the fabrication tolerance by tuning the structural parameters. In addition, the effects on CPBG arising from the metamaterial are also discussed.

Original languageEnglish
Article number263115
JournalApplied Physics Letters
Volume98
Issue number26
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2011 Jun 27

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Complete bandgap arising from the effects of hollow, veins, and intersecting veins in a square lattice of square dielectric rods photonic crystal. / Ho, Hong-Fa; Chau, Yuan Fong; Yeh, Hsiao Yu; Wu, Fong Lin.

In: Applied Physics Letters, Vol. 98, No. 26, 263115, 27.06.2011.

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