In this paper, a 3D model for studying electromagnetic wave propagation in 2D guided-wave photonic crystals is presented. The model is based on the resolution of the integral-differential Green equation associated with the Helmholtz wave equation in cylindrical coordinates, in order to provide a simple and time-efficient vectorial representation of the field components. The model, used for the investigation of a photonic crystal waveguide which operates at a wavelength of 1300 nm, is validated through a comparison with other well-known algorithms. Results show a good agreement together with a significant reduction of computational time and memory requirements.

3D modelling of 2D guided-wave photonic crystals

C. Ciminelli;R. Marani;M. N. Armenise
2010

Abstract

In this paper, a 3D model for studying electromagnetic wave propagation in 2D guided-wave photonic crystals is presented. The model is based on the resolution of the integral-differential Green equation associated with the Helmholtz wave equation in cylindrical coordinates, in order to provide a simple and time-efficient vectorial representation of the field components. The model, used for the investigation of a photonic crystal waveguide which operates at a wavelength of 1300 nm, is validated through a comparison with other well-known algorithms. Results show a good agreement together with a significant reduction of computational time and memory requirements.
12th International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks, ICTON 2010
978-1-4244-7799-9
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