Resonant leaky-mode optical devices and associated methods

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The University Of Connecticut patent solves the following problem:

The present disclosure relates to a strategic new areas of optical devices and, particularly, the Optical devices based on sound dripped through each modulated films.

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University Of Connecticut’s patent US 7689086 B2 deals with Resonant leaky-mode optical devices and associated methods.
Optical devices with versatile spectral values ​​given charged with one or more modulated and uniform layers to realize drip-mode resonance operation and a versatile spectral-band design. The first and / or higher number of evanescent diffraction orders applied to excite one or more dropped by. The one- or two-dimensional each building, carved by the proper distribution of the materials in each period, have a result that is or asymmetric profile allowing an expanded range sound devices drop-mode realized. Therefore, the quality of the optical permit devices, among other things, race alongside resonance frequency or wavelength, easily forming the reflection and transmission spectra for the optical device to be fulfilled, and the resonance wavelength areas that can be precisely controlled to affect the size of the drop can be with each other. Moreover, the corrupt profile allows for accurate spectral distance interactive dropped by to give greater flexibility to the Optical design device.

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