Designing Tunable Photonic Crystals with Band Gaps in Microwave Range
With the aid of computer simulations we design a tunable 3D photonic crystal with band gaps in microwave range. Results show a simple diamond configuration of spheres micromachined on ferroelectrics could have stop bands in the range of approximativelly 3∼15 GHz, if the voltage is appropriately triggered. The range is covered for dielectric constant between 15 and 200, which is easy to achieve in the microwaves for most lossless ferroelectric materials.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 01 June 2010
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