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Teguh Puja Negara, Mardanih, Hendradi Hardhienata, Husin Alatas

Judul : Characteristics of a Metal-Dielectric-Metal Slab Waveguide with Embedded Metallodielectric Photonic Crystal and its Optimization at Low THz Optical Frequency
Abstrak :

In this paper we report the results of our systematic numerical study on the characteristics of a metal-dielectricmetal
slab waveguide with an embedded 1D metallodielectric photonic crystal using finite difference time domain
method. At low terahertz (THz) optical frequency, the results show that the sensitivity of the device depends
significantly on the shape of the corresponding dielectric rod, which acts as a defect, and the distance between the
two metallic rods. In this simulation, the optimum device sensitivity is obtained for a round shaped defect with a
radius of 0.28 mm lattice constant of 0.35 mm and operational frequency of 2.69 THz which lies in the range of biomolecule
vibrational mode.

Tahun : 2011 Media Publikasi : Jurnal Nasional Terakreditasi A
Kategori : Jurnal No/Vol/Tahun : 3 / 22 / 2011
ISSN/ISBN : 0854-6678
PTN/S : Universitas Pakuan Program Studi : ILMU KOMPUTER
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