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Matched coordinates for the analysis of 1D gratings

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The Fourier modal method (FMM) is certainly one of the most popular and general methods for the modeling of diffraction gratings. However, for non-lamellar gratings it is associated with a staircase approximation of the profile, leading to poor convergence rate for metallic gratings in TM polarization. One way to overcome this weakness of the FMM is the use of the fast Fourier factorization (FFF) first derived for the differential method. That approach relies on the definition of normal and tangential vectors to the profile. Instead, we introduce a coordinate system that matches laterally the profile and solve the covariant Maxwell’s equations in the new coordinate system, hence the name matched coordinate method (MCM). Comparison of efficiencies computed with MCM with other data from the literature validates the method.

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