The electromagnetic field in an optical open cavity is analyzed in the framework of the Quasi-Normal Modes theory. The role of the complex quasi-normal frequencies in the transmission coefficient and their link with the density of quasi-modes function is clarified. An application to a quarter-wave symmetric one-dimensional photonic crystals is discussed to illustrate the usefulness and the meaning of our results.

S SEVERINI, A SETTIMI, C SIBILIA, M BERTOLOTTI, A NAPOLI, MESSINA A (2005). Quasi-Normal Frequencies in Open Cavities: An Application to Photonic Crystals. ACTA PHYSICA HUNGARICA. HEAVY ION PHYSICS, 23(3-4), 135-142 [10.1556/APH.23.2005.3-4.3].

Quasi-Normal Frequencies in Open Cavities: An Application to Photonic Crystals

SEVERINI, Sergio;NAPOLI, Anna;MESSINA, Antonino
2005

Abstract

The electromagnetic field in an optical open cavity is analyzed in the framework of the Quasi-Normal Modes theory. The role of the complex quasi-normal frequencies in the transmission coefficient and their link with the density of quasi-modes function is clarified. An application to a quarter-wave symmetric one-dimensional photonic crystals is discussed to illustrate the usefulness and the meaning of our results.
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S SEVERINI, A SETTIMI, C SIBILIA, M BERTOLOTTI, A NAPOLI, MESSINA A (2005). Quasi-Normal Frequencies in Open Cavities: An Application to Photonic Crystals. ACTA PHYSICA HUNGARICA. HEAVY ION PHYSICS, 23(3-4), 135-142 [10.1556/APH.23.2005.3-4.3].
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