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The properties of a tunable terahertz multichannel filter from one-dimensional photonic crystal dope by magnetized plasma defect

  • Mei-chen Xu
  • Song LiuEmail author
  • Shuang-ying Zhong
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Abstract

The terahertz magnetize-field tunable filtering properties in a multichannel filter based on a one-dimensional photonic crystal doped by magnetized plasma are theoretically investigated. The considered structure of (AB)4(ACB)N(AB)4 is designed, where A and B are two dielectric layers, C is the plasma layer, and N is the defect number. First, the structure can be worked as a multichannel filter whose channel number equals N. Second, the defect mode frequencies are all red-shifted as the ratio of dielectric refractive index or the sum of the A and B layer length increases. Third, we find that the channel frequencies can be shifted as a function of the applied magnetic field and the defect mode frequencies are all red-shifted as the plasma density increases. And the thickness of a plasma layer also affects the intensity, position and number of the defect modes. Therefore, these unusual properties may provide a novel design idea of a tunable terahertz multichannel transmission filter in future.

Keywords

Terahertz wave Photonic crystals Defect modes Multichannel transmission filter Plasma defects TMM 

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Acknowledgements

This work was supported by National Nature Science foundation of China (Nos. 61261006, 11165011 and 11563006).

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Nanchang UniversityNanchangPeople’s Republic of China

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