Abstract

A fractal design of superconducting nanowires integrated with nano-antennae is proposed to achieve polarization-insensitive single-photon detection. The simulated absorptance at 1550 nm for TE and TM polarizations are 80.1% and 80.3%, respectively.

© 2015 Optical Society of America

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