Abstract

Micron-scale, photonic crystal devices fabricated using standard microelectronics technology can be used as a step in the development of sub-micron-scale devices. A discretely tunable CO2 laser beam is focused onto the sample and transmission data are collected. Regularization methods are used to calculate the single-angle plane-wave response of the device.

© 2004 Optical Society of America

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