Analysis of the Propagation of Light along an Array of Nanorods Using the Generalized Multipole Technique. Nahid Talebi and Mahmoud Shahabadi Photonics Research Lab., School of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Tehran July 9, 2007. Outline.
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Photonics Research Lab., School of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Tehran
July 9, 2007
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Periodic boundary conditions Nanorods Using GMT
Rayleigh expansion center
Excitation Nanorods Using GMT
The unknown amplitudes
The impedance matrix
We search for the maximum of the residue function
at each frequency, in the complex plane.
very time consuming
We propose an iterative procedure
Using R, find β
Single mode region
3 dB/71.8 µm
Gaussian Incident Field:
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Both longitudinal and transverse modes
This excitation results
in the propagation of
just Longitudinal mode
5 Nanorods Using GMTth mode
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