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Photonic Crystals by Alireza Bananej (ed.)

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Photonic Crystals
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Publisher: InTech
ISBN-13: 9789535121213
Number of pages: 178

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In photonic circuits photons play the dominant role and they transfer the optical data. With the growth of the photonics technology, a new area started to grow as photonic crystals which now play an important role in designing and manufacturing compact photonic devices. Photonic crystals are structures with alternative dielectric constant in one, two or three dimensions which are called one, two or three dimensional photonic crystals.

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