Abstract

Double-layered, self-aligned, silicon photonic crystals are fabricated using directional and isotropic etches – a potential step towards 3D PCs. One structure shows sharper resonances compared to corresponding single layer structure. Another shows high, broadband reflectivity.

© 2008 Optical Society of America

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