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Nearly isotropic photonic bandgap structures in two dimensions

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Abstract

It is suggested that a material with a novel spatial dielectric distribution can exhibit a bandgap that is approximately independent of propagation angle. This independence is accomplished by development of the dielectric constant from reflection vectors of equal strength that are ideally equispaced in angle.

© 1999 Optical Society of America

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