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Trapping of surface plasmon waves in graded grating waveguide system
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10.1063/1.4733477
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(a) Schematic diagram of the plasmonic waveguide system: w, the width of the waveguide and stubs; p, theperiod of the grating; h, the grating depth. (b) Dispersion curves calculated using transmission line theory (red dashed line). The results are shown for a waveguide structure with a constant grating depth of h = 500 nm, w = 50 nm, and p = 200 nm. Also shown are the dispersion curves for lossless metal (black solid line). (c) Evolution of propagation constant β at different frequencies with the grating depth of w = 50 nm and p = 200 nm. (d) Group index of SP wave as a function of frequency for h = 320 nm. The cutoff frequency f cutoff is about 193.5 THz (i.e., λ cutoff ≈ 1.55 μm). The inset shows group index versus the grating depth for the incident frequency of 193.5 THz.

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(a) Time-dependent field intensity (|H z|2) in the stubs. Inset: arrival time of SP wave at different spatial positions. (b) Intensity evolution of SP wave at different spatial positions of the proposed structure. In calculations, the incident light is a TM-polarized Gaussian pulse with a width of 100 fs and central frequency of 160 THz. The grating depth of the structure changes from 150 nm to 500 nm linearly in a 16 μm region. The period and width of the grating structure are 200 nm and 50 nm, respectively.

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Field distributions of the trapped waves with the frequencies of (a) 193.5 THz, (b) 163.5 THz, (c) 133.5 THz, and (d) 103.5 THz. The incident light is TM-polarized Gaussian pulses with the duration of 100 fs. The grating depth of the plasmonic waveguide system is linearly increased from the left-hand side (h = 150 nm) to the right-hand side (h = 500 nm) (enhanced online). [URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.1063/1.4733477.1]10.1063/1.4733477.1

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Scitation: Trapping of surface plasmon waves in graded grating waveguide system
http://aip.metastore.ingenta.com/content/aip/journal/apl/101/1/10.1063/1.4733477
10.1063/1.4733477
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