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Sujin Choi, Seungin Baek, Dajeong Im, Hyun Kook Kahng, and Hwi Kim
Sujin Choi,1 Seungin Baek,2 Dajeong Im,1 Hyun Kook Kahng,1 and Hwi Kim1,*
1ICT Convergence Technology for Health & Safety, Department of Electronics and Information Engineering, Korea University, 2511 Sejong-ro, Sejong 339-700, South Korea
2Samung Display Co. Ltd., South Korea
*Corresponding author: email@example.com
Fourier modal method based quantitative analysis method of optical power flow and energy loss in general multi-block photonic structures with an internal dipole emitter is described. The analytic expressions of modal power flow and loss are derived for accurate and efficient quantitative analysis. It is revealed that a few dominating excited photonic modes substantially govern the internal energy flow and energy loss. The optical characteristics of the dominant modes are investigated.
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(a) Dipole emission in free space and (b) vector optical field distributions generated by
the dipole emitters with wavelength
and polarizations of
. (c) Dipole emission in a finite-size photonic structure and
(d) vector optical field distributions generated by the dipole emitters with respective
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(a) Modal power spectrum analysis scheme and (b) the classification of optical modes
associated with the photonic structure: radiative, leaky, bound, and free-space modes
Modal power spectra of the (a) (positive) and (b) (negative) radiative modes, and (c)
(positive) and (d) (negative) leaky modes for PTE =
(1,0,0). The red circles indicate the modes with the highest power selectively and the
respective insets present the vector field distributions of the selected Bloch
Modal power spectra of (a) (positive) and (b) (negative) radiative modes, and (c)
(positive) and (d) (negative) leaky modes for PTM =
(0,0,1). The red circles indicate the modes with the highest power selectively and the
respective insets present the vectorial field distributions of the selected Bloch
Modal power spectra of the net radiative modes and net leaky modes for (a)
PTE and for (b)
Total internal radiation powers of the dipole are varied with changing h. (a) h is the
distance between the 8nm thick metal block and the dipole line source. (b) Total internal
radiation powers of the dipole source with changing h.
Table 1 Modal Power Spectrum of the Dominant Radiative and Leaky Modes
Table 2 Analysis Result of Total Power and Energy Loss in Total Optical Field
Table 3 Quantitative Analysis of Total Power Flow and Energy Loss
Table 4 Contribution Ratio of Dominant Photonic Modes to Total External Radiation
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Modal Power Spectrum of the Dominant Radiative and Leaky Modes
Analysis Result of Total Power and Energy Loss in Total Optical Field
Quantitative Analysis of Total Power Flow and Energy Loss
Contribution Ratio of Dominant Photonic Modes to Total External Radiation