Abstract

Photonic crystals (PCs) have the ability to confine light propagation within small volumes for specific frequency ranges, known as photonic bandgaps (PBG). Furthermore, by inserting defects in the host PBG structure, we can engineer high quality factors and narrow bandpass transmission spectra in the photonic bandgap.

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