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Highly efficient -1st-order reflection in Littrow mounted dielectric double-groove grating
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2014-12-22

Abstract

We show that in a silicon double-groove grating with two different groove widths per period attached on top of a semi-infinite SiO substrate, almost 100% reflectivity is achieved for the -1st-order reflection with an incident angle of 60° in the Littrow mounting condition. The modal analysis reveals that modes propagating in the upward and downward directions have nearly the same amplitudes at resonance. They are added constructively for the -1st-order reflection and destructively for the 0th-order reflection and the -1st-order and 0th-order transmission. The asymmetric structure with a dielectric material poses a unique feature as a four port device.

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