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Light polarizer based on antiresonant reflecting layers in a directional coupler
1.See, for example, Ref. 2 and the additional references cited therein.
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4.J. Gehler, A. Brauer, W. Karte, and M. Jager, Appl. Phys. Lett. 64, 276 (1994).
5.The reflection of TM polarized radiation is reduced compared to that of TE polarized radiation by the mechanism that gives rise to the Brewster angle.
6.For the given values of λ and ni, the magnitudes of d3 and d5 are chosen to be consistent with the antiresonant condition in Eq. (2) of Ref. 4.
7.R. T. Deck and X. Li (unpublished).
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