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Design of guided mode resonant filters for authentication applications through azimuthal angles varying
Dawei Zhang1, Limeng Yuan1, Jiabi Chen1, Songlin Zhuang1, Hongbo He2
1 College of Optics and Electronics, [University of Shanghai for Science and Technology], Shanghai 200093
2 [Shanghai Institute of Optics and Fine Mechanics], Chinese Academy of Sciences, Shanghai 201800

Chin. Opt. Lett., 2008, 06(10): pp.776-778-3

Topic:Diffraction and gratings
Keywords(OCIS Code): 050.0050  090.0090  230.0230  

Guided mode resonant filters (GMRFs) for authentication application with low sideband reflection at and azimuthal angles were designed. Using rigorous coupled-wave analysis, the diffractive characteristics of this kind device with different illumination angles, groove depths, and thicknesses of cover SiO2 layer were investigated. The structure of GMRF which satisfies the requirements for authentication applications was obtained. Illuminated at 30\circ for a definite polarization mode, the filter presents symmetrical reflectance shape, low sideband reflectance, two separate reflectance peaks, and definite full-width at half-maximum (FWHM) at 0\circ and 90\circ azimuthal angles.

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Get Citation: Dawei Zhang, Limeng Yuan, Jiabi Chen, Songlin Zhuang, Hongbo He, "Design of guided mode resonant filters for authentication applications through azimuthal angles varying," Chin. Opt. Lett. 06(10), 776-778-3(2008)

Note: The authors would like to thank the reviewers and editors for their helpful suggestions and further help with English. This work was supported by the National Basic Research Program of China (No.2007CB935303) and the Shanghai Committee of Science and Technology (No.06DZ22016 and 07DZ22026). D. Zhang's e-mail address is dwzhang@siom.ac.cn.


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