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Title: Resonant terahertz transmissions through metal hole array on silicon substrate
Authors: Xiao, Xiao
Wu, Jinbo
Sasagawa, Yuki
Miyamaru, Fumiaki
Zhang, Mengying
Takeda, Mitsuo W.
Qiu, Chunyin
Wen, Wei-Jia
Sheng, Ping
Keywords: Terahertz
Resonant transmissions
Dielectric substrate
Issue Date: 16-Aug-2010
Citation: Optics express, v. 18, no. 18, Aug. 2010, p. 18558-18564
Abstract: We have observed resonant terahertz transmission peaks in samples comprising perforated periodic hole array in a metal film, covered with a high dielectric substrate. These resonant transmissions arise from the interplay between waveguide modes in dielectric substrate and the periodic hole array in the metal film. Finite difference time domain (FDTD) simulations show good agreement with the data, in support of the proposed mechanism. Inducing additional resonant transmissions using guided modes can lead to the ease in tuning the transmission peak frequencies that are potentially useful to terahertz (THz) bio-sensing.
Rights: We would like to give credit to the Optical Society of America for granting us permission to repost this Optics Express article. The original article is posted on the journal's web site at
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