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Title: Simulation results for a novel optically-controlled photonic bandgap structure for microstrip lines
Authors: Cadman, Darren A.
Hayes, David
Miles, Robert E.
Kelsall, Robert W.
Issue Date: 2000
Publisher: © IEEE
Citation: CADMAN, D. ... et al., 2000. Simulation results for a novel optically-controlled photonic bandgap structure for microstrip lines. IN: Proceedings of 2000 5th IEEE High Frequency Postgraduate Student Colloquium, Dublin, Ireland, 7-8 September 2000, pp.110-115.
Abstract: A novel optically controlled one dimensional (1D) photonic bandgap (PBG) microstrip structure is proposed. This device consists of a 50 /spl Omega/ microstrip transmission line and a PBG ground plane both deposited onto a photoconductive substrate. With no optical illumination the structure exhibits a well-defined stopband. When light is focused through the holes in the ground plane and onto the substrate, electron-hole pairs are generated to form a photoinduced plasma. This increases the conductivity of the exposed region of the substrate and forms a complete ground plane. The structure then acts as a conventional microstrip line and the bandstop characteristics are switched off. S-parameter simulation results are presented.
Sponsor: The author would like to thank the Engineering and Physical Science Research Council and Elettronica Systems Limited for the funding of this research.
Version: Published
DOI: 10.1109/HFPSC.2000.874091
URI: https://dspace.lboro.ac.uk/2134/26439
Publisher Link: http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/HFPSC.2000.874091
ISBN: 0780365909
9780780365902
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