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Self-Imaging Phenomena and Passive Devices in Photonic Crystals
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Authors: Baojun Li and Yao Zhang (Sun Yat-Sen University, Guangzhou, China) 
Book Description:
Photonic crystals (PCs) have many fascinating optical characteristics. Photonic crystal waveguides (PCWs) and PCW-based devices are rapidly being proposed, designed, and simulated due to their small device size. Similar with PCWs, periodic dielectric waveguides (PDWs) are also waveguides in periodic medium. Compared with PCWs, periodic dielectric waveguides (PDWs) are considered newcomers. Attributed to the fact that the optical field is confined in the periodic dielectric rather than in the defect of the PCWs, PDW-based devices will be even smaller and much simpler than the PCW-based devices. This book examines self-imaging phenomena in PCWs and PDWs, as well as a discussion of a number of passive devices designed in silicon-based PCWs and/or PDWs. (Imprint: Novinka Books)

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Table of Contents:
1. Self-imaging phenomena pp.1-18

2. Waveguide bends pp.19-30

3. Spot-size converters pp.31-34

4. Intersections pp.35-38

5. Splitters pp.39-52

6. Filters pp.53-56

7. Demultiplexers pp.57-62

8. Switches pp.63-68

9. Logic gates pp.69-76

10. Microcavities pp.77-84

11. Directional emissions pp.85-88

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   Series:
      Physics Research and Technology
   Binding: Softcover
   Pub. Date: 2011
   Pages: 6 x 9 (NBC - C)
   ISBN: 978-1-61122-830-4
   Status: AV
  
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