Abstract

We propose a cost-effective narrow bandpass filter based on a guided-mode resonance (GMR) structure, operating at full conical mounting configuration. Two additional layers above the GMR structure with designed geometry is considered to create a large angle of incidence (AOI) on the GMR structure with an almost normal AOI on the entire structure. In the visible wavelength range, the transmission spectrum contains three peaks: two peaks that are due to the GMR effect and one that is due to thin-film interference. The modal characteristic of the two GMR peaks is identified using a matrix method for the n-layer waveguide structure. The two GMR peaks with bandwidths of ${\sim}{1}\;{\rm nm}$ and ${\sim}{0.5}\;{\rm nm}$ correspond to the fundamental TE and TM modes, respectively. The GMR peaks can be pushed away from the thin-film interference peak by modulating the grating depth.

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