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Directivity of SOI Photodiode with Gold Surface Plasmon Antenna

2019 Silicon Nanoelectronics Workshop (SNW), 2019

This paper demonstrates the directivity for incoming light of silicon-on- insulator (SOI) photodiode (PD) with gold (Au) grating type surface plasmon (SP) antenna. Light sensitivity is enhanced when the phase matching condition between the diffracted light from the antenna and propagating wave in the SOI is satisfied, and therefore incident angle detection can be realized. Since the PD is compatible ...


Extreme Light Concentration in Strong Coupled Plasmonic System for Surface-Enhanced CARS

2016 Asia Communications and Photonics Conference (ACP), 2016

We report a plasmonic film-crisscross dimers array coupled system to be designed to enhance the CARS signal. The maximum surface-enhanced CARS factor can be reached as high as 1017, which provides a new insight to enable the detection of single molecules.


On the existence of the Sommerfeld integral pole and its contribution to the electromagnetic field

2014 IEEE Antennas and Propagation Society International Symposium (APSURSI), 2014

Evidence for the existence of a complex plane pole in the Sommerfeld integral for a source in air over a dielectric half-space and its contribution to the electromagnetic field is addressed. We present a detailed analysis of a simple model whereby a magnetic line source lies on the interface of the air- dielectric boundary. It is demonstrated that a Sommerfeld ...


A Surface Plasmon Resonance Based Photonic Quasi-Crystal Fibre Biosensor with Fan-Shaped Analyte Channel for High Refractive Index Analytes

2018 Conference on Lasers and Electro-Optics Pacific Rim (CLEO-PR), 2018

We propose a surface plasmon resonance biosensor using a photonic quasi- crystal fibre with a fan-shaped channel for liquids of high refractive index (from 1.46 to 1.52) and it exhibits a maximum sensitivity of 6100 nm/RIU.


Tunable Combined Splitter/Combiner-Isolator Based on Magnetic Surface Plasmon

2019 IEEE International Conference on Computational Electromagnetics (ICCEM), 2019

A new type of tunable combined splitter-isolator is proposed in this paper. It is based on the surface magnetic plasmon (MSP) of the chain of ferrite rods. This new type of device mainly consists of two chains of ferrite rods which are under opposite biasing magnetic field. By change the direction of the biasing magnetic field the device can be ...


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  • Directivity of SOI Photodiode with Gold Surface Plasmon Antenna

    This paper demonstrates the directivity for incoming light of silicon-on- insulator (SOI) photodiode (PD) with gold (Au) grating type surface plasmon (SP) antenna. Light sensitivity is enhanced when the phase matching condition between the diffracted light from the antenna and propagating wave in the SOI is satisfied, and therefore incident angle detection can be realized. Since the PD is compatible with complementary metal-oxide-semiconductor (CMOS) integrated circuit technology, the results may open up a new field of angle sensitive pixels (ASPs) integrated in a chip for applications such as lensless imaging.

  • Extreme Light Concentration in Strong Coupled Plasmonic System for Surface-Enhanced CARS

    We report a plasmonic film-crisscross dimers array coupled system to be designed to enhance the CARS signal. The maximum surface-enhanced CARS factor can be reached as high as 1017, which provides a new insight to enable the detection of single molecules.

  • On the existence of the Sommerfeld integral pole and its contribution to the electromagnetic field

    Evidence for the existence of a complex plane pole in the Sommerfeld integral for a source in air over a dielectric half-space and its contribution to the electromagnetic field is addressed. We present a detailed analysis of a simple model whereby a magnetic line source lies on the interface of the air- dielectric boundary. It is demonstrated that a Sommerfeld pole does indeed exist and that this pole can account for surface and lateral waves. It is also shown that a space wave is accounted for by the Sommerfeld integral branch cut.

  • A Surface Plasmon Resonance Based Photonic Quasi-Crystal Fibre Biosensor with Fan-Shaped Analyte Channel for High Refractive Index Analytes

    We propose a surface plasmon resonance biosensor using a photonic quasi- crystal fibre with a fan-shaped channel for liquids of high refractive index (from 1.46 to 1.52) and it exhibits a maximum sensitivity of 6100 nm/RIU.

  • Tunable Combined Splitter/Combiner-Isolator Based on Magnetic Surface Plasmon

    A new type of tunable combined splitter-isolator is proposed in this paper. It is based on the surface magnetic plasmon (MSP) of the chain of ferrite rods. This new type of device mainly consists of two chains of ferrite rods which are under opposite biasing magnetic field. By change the direction of the biasing magnetic field the device can be switched between splitter and combiner. We simulated the power flow and transmission characteristics of the device. The device can realize power splitting function and has good isolation between forward transmission and reverse transmission. The operating frequency band can be tuned by biasing magnetic field, it makes this combined splitter- isolator very flexible in applications. and this type of combined splitter /combiner-isolator can reduce the use of additional isolators and simplify system design in a high-power synthesis application scenario.

  • A Miniaturized Dual-Mode Cavity Filter Based on Effective Localized Surface Plasmons

    Effective localized surface plasmons (ELSPs) are localized surface modes tightly bounded on the surface between two positive dielectrics induced by structural dispersion. The resonance frequency of the dipolar mode was demonstrated to be independent of the radius of the resonator, offering us an effective route in miniaturization of microwave resonators and filters. In this paper, we modeled theoretically and demonstrated a dual-mode cavity filter based on the concept of ELSPs. This filter is constructed by an 18mm × 18mm × 18mm cube cavity and a cylindrical ELSPs resonator with two standard SMA coaxial lines being the input and output ports. Two orthogonal modes are coupled through a tunable screw. The proposed filter works at the center frequency of 2.6GHz with 10MHz bandwidth. Simulation results show that the insertion loss and return loss is lower than 0.5dB and larger than 20dB, respectively. Due to the insensitivity of the resonant frequency to the resonator diameter, this ELSPs-based dual-mode cavity filter only occupy less than half the volume of conventional dual-mode cavity filters with the same design specifications.

  • On the sensitivity of optical fiber surface plasmon resonance based sensor for detection of dielectric analytes using COMSOL Multiphysics

    Due to the importance of the public health toward the exposure to hazardous gases, real-time and sensitive gas sensors are among the priorities at present. Among different types of gas sensors, optical sensors with advantages like high sensitivity, low cost, miniaturization, and online monitoring have received great attention between the researchers. In this article, a fiber optic sensor based on surface plasmon resonance (SPR) of gold thin film is simulated by COMSOL Multiphysics. For this purpose, a single-mode optical fiber was considered to be uncladed on its middle part and coated with a thin film of gold and the sensitivity and resonance condition of the device was investigated as a function of thickness of the metal.

  • Computational analysis of nanoparticles for the construction of nanosensors based on localized surface plasmon resonance

    The integration of surface plasmon resonance phenomenon with nanoscale metallic structures has been a good alternative in the sensing area for biomedical applications. Mie theory-based solution provides the extinction, absorption and dispersion coefficients, which depend on the characteristics of the nanoparticles. The metallic nanoparticles can vary in size, shape, and metal type (silver and copper are the most used metals). Here, an numerical analysis attempt to measure the effects of the nanoparticles size on the sensor performance. Mie theory-based analysis results from different nanoparticle sizes are reported, where images of a prototype exhibit gold nanoparticles at the tip of a polymeric optical fiber.

  • Effect of Various Dielectrics to Plasmonic Improvement in Metal-Dielectric-Semiconductor Substrate

    Recently, Plasmonic gives increased interest that has been received as a way to enhancement in photonic response at optical extinction at metal-dielectric interface. It's highlighted property is that nanostructure can control optical fields due to the strong interaction of the metal-dielectric structure that allows incident photonic propagation at the nanoscale. In this study, we investigate and simulate the effectiveness of various large bandgap dielectric materials like silicon nitride, aluminum oxide and silicon dioxide with various metallic nanoparticle and also simulate finite time-based metal- dielectric-semiconductor nanostructure and find various field component for plasmonic improvement in form of photonic extinction in metal-dielectric nanostructure specifically for solar energy harvesting methodology.

  • Improved Performance of Fiber Optic Localized Surface Plasmon Resonance Sensor via Gold Capping and Anti-Reflection Surface

    This paper proposes fiber optic localized surface plasmon resonance (FO LSPR) sensor with gold capping process and anti-reflection (AR) surface, which improve the performance of sensor in terms of durability and sensitivity. The signal to noise ratio (SNR) is also enhanced by forming the AR structure on optical fiber surface. As a feasibility test, thyroglobuline (Tg) associated with thyroid cancer is detected in various concentrations.



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