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Ring Antennae: Resonant Focusing and Collimated Extraction of Luminescence

  • Angelo AngeliniEmail author
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Abstract

In the previous chapter it has been demonstrated that a periodic linear corrugation patterned on the surface of a 1DPC can extract the BSW-CE. Due to the spatial invariance of the surface structure, such configuration does not require a specific localization of the emitter.

Keywords

Grating Structure Fourier Spectrum Amplitude Leakage Radiation Collimate Laser Beam Grating Vector 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.DISATPolitecnico di TorinoTurinItaly

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