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Polarization-Independent Single-Mode Waveguiding With Honeycomb Photonic Crystals
A line-defect waveguide hosted in an exceedingly 2D honeycomb photonic-crystal slab is demonstrated theoretically to appreciate polarization-freelance waveguiding. Through an applicable set of style parameters, a normalized bandwidth of $sim 2$ % subject to the condition that the common-frequency region between the transverse-electric and transverse-magnetic polarizations reaches the maximum worth for a silicon-on-insulator structure. Moreover, in contrast to other large-bandwidth polarization-freelance photonic-crystal waveguides, our structure has the highest bandwidth for a polarization-freelance single-mode photonic-crystal waveguide.
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