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We numerically demonstrate the integration of gold wire grid polarizer on InP substrate for InGaAs polarimetric imaging. The effective spectral range of wire grid polarizer has been designed in 0.8-3 μm according to InGaAs response waveband. The dips in TM transmission are observed due to surface plasmon (SPs) significantly damaging polarization performance. To further understand the coupling mechanism between gold wire grid grating and InP, the different contributions of surface plasmon polariton (SPP) and localized surface plasmon (LSP) to the dips are analyzed. Both transmission and reflectance spectra are simulated at different grating periods and duty cycles by finite-different time-domain (FDTD) method. LSP wavelength is located at around 1 μm and sensitive to the specific shape of metal wire. SPP presents higher resonance wavelength closely related to grating period. The simulations of electric field distribution show the same results.


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