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Numerical Studies of Disordered Photonic Crystals

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Progress In Electromagnetics Research, Vol. 41, 107-131, 2003
doi:10.2528/PIER02010805

Abstract

Since the first demonstration of a complete photonic band gap by E. Yablonovitch in 1987 [1], photonic band gap materials have attracted a very significant interest in Electromagnetism but also in Solid State Physics. Doped photonic crystals that have a point defect (a local disturbance) have been extensively studied with the emergence of this new area of Physics. They present localized modes in the band gap and triggered many potential applications. Fewer papers have been devoted to strongly disordered photonic crystals that are periodic on the average. These structures are disturbed on the overall feature and the defect corresponding is referred to as extended. Analogue at a first glance to amorphous semiconductors, these materials could present interesting properties. Moreover, manufacture of photonic crystals is still a real challenge for the optical domain and undesirable extended defects can appear leading to a compulsory study of the tolerances of periodicity for such new materials.

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