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Low-loss dielectric-loaded graphene surface plasmon polariton waveguide based
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We have modeled and numerically simulated the performance of a dielectric-loaded
surface-plasmon-polariton (DL-GSPP) waveguide as a biochemical sensing device. In our
device, the conventionally used gold layer is replaced with a graphene microribbon for the
detection of biochemical molecules. The graphene layer is incorporated to minimize ohmic losses and
to enhance the adsorption of biomolecules so that the sensor sensitivity is increased
significantly. The sensor performance is quantified through numerical simulations carried
out by varying device parameters such as waveguide length, effective mode index, dimension
of the dielectric
ridge, and the length and the number of graphene layers. One of the prominent features of our
DL-GSPP waveguide sensor is that its length is in the millimeter range, an essential
requirement for realistic plasmonic waveguide sensors. The average sensitivity of DL-GSPP structure is
found to be in the range of 3–6 μRIU (refractive index units), which
is comparable to the values obtained using surface-plasmon resonance
(1–10 μRIU) and long-range waveguide sensors
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