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عصر برق 2021, 8(15): 87-92 Back to browse issues page
Plasmonic Laser by Using Metal-Insulator-Metal Structure
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Today, studies in plasmonic is mainly focused on integrating the Plasmonic Parts for optical communication and data transfer. Making such field resulted in studying new Plasmonic parts that developed in recent years. Some these parts are waveguides, couplers, optical modulators, optical detectors and optical sources. These circuit elements have an important position in the optical integrated circuits. Therefore, based on the main figure of Plasmonic devices which is the is able to go beyond the diffraction limits, design, simulation and construction of such elements have a special attractiveness for the researchers. In this research first, a Plasmonic laser has studied by using AlGaAs/GaAs/AlGaAs structure is the GaAs layer that itself interest environment quantum well that analyzed by using the metamaterial Plasmonic layser.
Keywords: Plasmonic, surface Plasmon, metal-insulator-metal, Laser
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Type of Study: Scientific-extension | Subject: Special
Received: 2021/08/2 | Accepted: 2021/08/1 | Published: 2021/08/1
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Plasmonic Laser by Using Metal-Insulator-Metal Structure. عصر برق. 2021; 8 (15) :87-92
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