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Flattened Broadband Notch Filters Using Guided-Mode Resonance Associated With Asymmetric Binary Gratings

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5 Author(s)
Hsu, Che-Lung ; Dept. of Opt. & Photonics, Nat. Central Univ., Jhongli ; Wu, M.-L. ; Yung-Chih Liu ; Yun-Chih Lee
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In this letter, the broadband notch filter exhibiting a flattened bandstop spectral response is experimentally demonstrated for the first time by using the guided-mode resonance associated with the periodic subwavelength structure possessing asymmetric binary grating profiles. The proposed filter consisting of grating and waveguide structures is realized by utilizing a single-layer poly-silicon film deposited on a quartz substrate. The asymmetric grating profile is carried out by dividing the one-filling-factor binary structure into the one with two distinct filling factors within one identical period. A flat bandstop spectral response at the central wavelength of 1.22 mum is obtained under normal incidence for transverse-electric polarization. Its transmittance of bandstop spectrum can be suppressed as low as -20dB within a broad spectral range of 85 nm and its corresponding Deltalambda/lambda is larger than 6%. The spectra under oblique incidence are demonstrated to verify the proposed filter has a high immunity for the angular deviation up to 20deg

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Photonics Technology Letters, IEEE  (Volume:18 ,  Issue: 24 )

Date of Publication:

Dec.15, 2006

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