Controlling dispersion and transmission spectra of hybrid resonant-gas-filled photonic-crystal optical components
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Using the model of an infinite one-dimensional periodic layered structure, we consider the possibilities of controlling dispersion properties and transmission spectra of hybrid optical components consisting of photonic band-gap structures filled with a resonant gas. It is shown that the combination of resonance-enhanced gas dispersion with the dispersion of a photonic band-gap structure may give rise to new features in the dispersion and transmission of hybrid spectral elements. These effects can be employed to create narrow-band filters and ultrarefractive prisms with controllable parameters. 2000 MAIK "Nauka/Interperiodica".
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Zheltikov, A. M., Naumov, A. N., Barker, P., & Miles, R. B.