Resonances of vacancies the multilayer lattices of the cylindrical dielectric resonators
Keywords:dielectric resonator, modes, Q-factor, infrared wavelength range
Multilayer lattices of dielectric resonators in infrared wavelength range has been studied. The screen influence on frequency parameters the different vacancies of DRs realized in the center of structure was considered. Q-factor increase showed for the resonances localized in region of vacancies at the expense of additional field screening by another DR flat lattices. The field amplitudes of partial DR distribution were calculated. The condition of the spectrum depression nearby localize oscillations has been determined.
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