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    • #31228
      Damian Marek

      Abstract—Plasmonic nano-structures play a significant role in most recent photonic devices and applications. In this paper, we investigate the optical transmission spectra of rotatable periodic nano-metric apertures with different dimensions. This investigation includes monitoring the modification of both the transmission resonance wavelengths and peak transmittance at different dimensions and orientations of the nano-holes. The obtained results provide better insight to the interaction of light with periodic plasmonic nano-hole arrays. We find that nano-holes dimension/orientation can totally suppress an optical transmission, tune its resonance wavelengths, and change its peak values. Furthermore, we present the surface plasmonic resonance sensing as an application for the reported nano-hole array.

      Thanks to Amr Elaryan of Jeddah University for submitting this application note on plasmonic nano-hole arrays using OptiFDTD.

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      Publication Reference: [publication_link publication_id=20396]

      Application Note: https://optiwave.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/Rectangular-Plasmonic-Nano-Hole-Arrays-Report.pdf

    • #31280
      Bryan Tipper

      Great job on the application note Amr!

    • #31296
      Amr Elaryan

      Thanks Bryan

    • #38420
      anitha raj

      I am having a doubt in giving input light.
      i.e. the light should be passed such that it is parallel to the array or perpendicular to the array.

      • #39352
        Damian Marek

        In this example it was Y polarized light incident on the hole array, travelling in the positive Z direction.

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