CST – Computer Simulation Technology

The art of confinement
Jaime gómez rivas
nature photonics
Volume: 2, March 2008
137 - 138
By structuring the surface of a metal with an array of holes, photonics researchers show that it is possible to tightly confine terahertz surface waves, reducing their decay length into air by two orders of magnitude. The results could lead to new approaches to waveguiding.

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