Abstract

We investigate the temperature effect of the unidirectional (one-way) electromagnetic mode in a symmetrical gyromagnetic photonic crystal (PhC) waveguide. The results show that the nonreciprocal properties of the one-way edge mode are insensitive to the temperature variation of the waveguide from 233 to 333K. Such a temperature-stabilized nonreciprocal PhC waveguide may have potential applications in future electromagnetic engineering.

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