5 years ago

Approached vectorial model for Fano resonances in guided mode resonance gratings.

Anne-Laure Fehrembach, Boris Gralak, Anne Sentenac

We propose a self-consistent vectorial method, based on a Green's function technique, to describe the Fano resonances that appear in guided mode resonance gratings. The model provides intuitive expressions of the reflectivity and transmittivity matrices of the structure, involving coupling integrals between the modes of a planar reference structure and radiative modes. These expressions are used to derive a physical analysis in configurations where the effect of the incident polarization is not trivial. We provide numerical validations of our model. On a technical point of view, we show how the Green's tensor of our planar reference structure can be expressed as two scalar Green's functions, and how to deal with the singularity of the Green's tensor.

Publisher URL: http://arxiv.org/abs/1711.05662

DOI: arXiv:1711.05662v1

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