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65 GHz. Keeping the defect layer on position 8 (after 8 (AB) groups) we will now vary its thickness to see its influence upon the optical transmission or the frequency of the localized state. a) b) c) d) e) f) Fig. 13. The variation of the thickness of the A type defect layer a) dA=20 mm; b) dA=22 mm; c) dA=24 mm; d) dA=26 mm; e) dA=28 mm; f) the frequency of the localized state vs.
Normalized frequencies Veff of H1microcavity at different filling ratio (2) 26 Photonic Crystals – Innovative Systems, Lasers and Waveguides According to the analysis above, the normalized frequency of H1 photonic crystal microcavity was calculated. 5. 1. Obviously, smaller filling ratio was beneficial to single-mode operation. But too small filling ratio would cause additional difficulty in the fabrication process of photonic crystal structure. In the above calculation the hole depth was set to be infinite.
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A Novel Compact Photomic Crystal Fibre Surface Plasmon Resonance Biosensor for an Aqueous Environment by Massaro, A.; Akowuah, E.K.; Gorman, T.; Ademgil, H.; Haxha, S.; Robinson, G.K.; Oliver, J.V