Photonic Crystals for Microwave Applications

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Yoshihiro Kokubo (Editor)
University of Hyogo Himeji-shi, Hyogo, Japan

Series: Nanotechnology Science and Technology
BISAC: SCI050000

This new book introduces photonic crystals for microwave, millimeter wave and submillimeter wave applications. First, a new type of photonic crystal waveguide for millimeter or submillimeter waves which consists of arrayed hollow dielectric rods is presented. Second, metallic photonic crystals consisting of metamaterials are designed. Third, propagation losses in metallic photonic crystal waveguides are analyzed. Fourth, a metallic waveguide in which in-line dielectric rods are inserted is investigated. Finally, arrayed dielectric rods in a metallic waveguide are known to change the modes and of course the group velocities of electromagnetic waves. (Imprint: Nova)

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ABSTRACT

1. INTRODUCTION

2. A NEW TYPE OF PHOTONIC CRYSTAL WAVEGUIDE
FOR MILLIMETER-WAVE FREQUENCIES

2.1. STRUCTURE OF PC WAVEGUIDE

2.2. PROPAGATION LOSS

3. TWO-DIMENSIONAL PHOTONIC CRYSTALS USING METAMATERIALS

3.1. METAMATERIALS

3.2. BAND CHARACTERISTICS OF SPLIT-RING METAMATERIALS

4. ANALYSIS OF PROPAGATION LOSS OF METALLIC PHOTONIC CRYSTAL WAVEGUIDES [10]

4.1. BASIC STRUCTURE

4.2. ATTENUATION CONSTANT

4.3. VARYING THE WAVEGUIDE WIDTH

5. WIDE BAND METALLIC WAVEGUIDE WITH IN-LINE DIELECTRIC RODS [3][18]

5.1. BASIC PRINCIPLE

5.2. WAVEGUIDE STRUCTURE

5.3. SRUCTURE OF A 90-DEGREE H-PLANE BENT WAVEGUIDE [18]

5.4. SIMPLE FABRICATION METHOD [18]

6. FREQUENCY RANGE DEPENDENT TE30 TO TE10 MODE CONVERTER

7. CONCLUSION

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