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Coupling Nano-Antennas to Microcavities: Radiative Interactions Cause Strong and Tunable Frequency Shifts

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Abstract

We develop coupled cavity-antenna systems in which the frequency and linewidth of the eigenmodes can be strongly tuned. Interference of cavity and antenna radiation provides the dominating contribution to changes of dispersion and dissipation.

© 2015 Optical Society of America

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