One-Dimensional Microwave Photonic Crystals : New Applications
Author(s): D.A. Usanov, S.A. Nikitov, A.V. Skripal, D.V. Ponomarev
Explores theoretical and experimental studies of the properties of one-dimensional photonic crystals. The authors also consider the possibilities of controlling the characteristics of microwave photonic crystals with the help of electric and magnetic fields and provide examples of new fields of application of microwave photonic crystals. They review measurements of the parameters of layered structures containing nanometer-sized semiconductor and metal layers and explore microwave-compatible loads. Written for specialists and scientists working in the fields of radiophysics, microwave solid-state electronics, and microwave photonics.
Key selling features:
- Presents studies of theoretical and experimental properties of one-dimensional photonic crystals
- Analyzes microwave photonic crystals based on flat transmission lines.
- Explores the use of electric and magnetic fields to control crystal characteristics.
- Reviews applications of photonic crystals in semiconductors.
- Examines one-dimensional microwave photonic crystals based on rectangular wave guides.