Light polarizer based on antiresonant reflecting layers in a directional coupler

Xiangshan Li; Deck, R.T.
January 1995
Applied Physics Letters;1/9/1995, Vol. 66 Issue 2, p130
Academic Journal
Proposes a design for a TE--TM polarization splitter based on the addition of antiresonant reflecting layers to adjacent channel walls of a standard directional coupler. Ease of fabricating the proposed splitter; Separation of the TE and TM modes of a guided light wave; Illustration of the efficiency of the resonance method.


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