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Title: Optical spectra of two-dimensional photonic crystal bars based on macroporous Si
Other Titles: Proceedings SPIE
Photonics West 2011
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Keywords: Optics
photonic crystal (PC) bars
Issue Date: 2011
Citation: S. Dyakov, E. Astrova, V. Tolmachev, G. Fedulova, T. Perova, A. Baldycheva, V. Timoshenko, S. Tikhodeev and N. Gippius, Optical spectra of two-dimensional photonic crystal bars based on macroporous Si, Proceedings SPIE, Photonics West 2011, San Francisco, 23-28 January 2011, 7943, 2011, 79431I/1 - 79431I/9
Series/Report no.: 7943
Abstract: Two-dimensional (2D) photonic crystal (PC) bars with 6 and 21 periods were fabricated by simultaneous photoelectrochemical etching of macropores and trenches in a pre-patterned silicon wafer. The structures had square lattice of cylindrical pores and were terminated by nonmodulated silicon pre-layers. The infrared reflection spectra of the PC bars have been simulated using scattering matrix method. In order to take into account the roughness of pore inner surface an additional silicon layer around the pores was introduced with a fitted complex refractive index. A comparison between the simulated refection spectra and those obtained experimentally demonstrates a satisfactory agreement in the region of secondary photonic band gaps.
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