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Lord Rayleigh (1887) published one of the first analyses of the optical properties of multilayer films. This type of photonic crystal can act as a mirror for 42 Photonic Crystals – Innovative Systems, Lasers and Waveguides light with a frequency within a specified range, and it can localize light modes if there are any defects in its structure. These concepts are commonly used in dielectric mirrors and optical filters. , 2008) Recently, photonic crystals containing metamaterials have received special attention for their peculiar properties (Deng & Liu, 2008).

Such behavior is unacceptable for many practical applications such as intra-cavity frequency doubling, where other elements are polarizationdependent. Several approaches for polarization control have been reported based on the introduction of anisotropy to either gain or losses. These approaches include asymmetric shape resonator, metal-semiconductor gratings, or sub-wavelength grating by directly etching the top surface. In order to make use of the PhC structure for polarization control in VCSELs, PhC with elliptic air holes has been reported with polarization mode suppression ratio (PMSR) of over 20 dB in [11].

Hua, Optimization of two-photon absorption enhancement in one-dimensional photonic crystals with defect states, Applied Physics B: Lasers and Optics, 80 (2005) 359-363. T. Krauss, Slow light in photonic crystal waveguides, Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics, 40 (2007) 2666. Q. E. Allsopp, Group velocity delay in coupled-cavity waveguides based on ultrahigh-Q cavities with Bragg reflectors, Journal of Optics A: Pure and Applied Optics, 11 (2009) 054010. 40 Photonic Crystals – Innovative Systems, Lasers and Waveguides [19] T.

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