Nanostructured Anti-Reflection Coatings for Enhancing Transmission of Light

Authors: Behnam Kheyraddini Mousavi, Arash Kheyraddini Mousavu, Tito Busani,
Mani Hossein Zadeh, S. R. J. Brueck

Nanostructured, sub-wavelength anti-reflection layers (NALs) have attracted much attention as a new generation of anti-reflection surfaces. Among different designs, sub-wavelength periodic nanostructures are capable of enhancing transmission of coherent light through an interface without inducing scattering. In this work, we have explored a new profile for periodic NALs capable of transmitting IR light with higher efficiency compared to NALs based on a parabolic profile. To achieve high transmission and low diffraction, the profile and pitch of the nanostructured NALs are calculated using a combination of a multi-layer modeling and Rigorous Coupled Wave (RCWA) analysis.


Journal: Journal of Applied Mathematics and Physics
DOI: 10.4236/jamp.2019.712217(PDF)
Paper Id: 97194 (metadata)

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