J point in triangular photonic crystal


#1

Hello, All.

I want to see the resonance frequency at J point in triangular photonic crystal (Fig.1).
Please tell me the plan for this.

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Fig.1 Triangular photonic crystal and the band structure
(“Multidirectionally distributed feedback photonic crystal lasers”, Masahiro Imada, et al., PHYSICAL REVIEW B, VOLUME 65, 195306 (2002))


#2

Hi @d8822002

We have plenty of examples on how to calculate the bandstructure of photonic crystals:
https://apps.lumerical.com/diffractive_optics_pc_bandstructure.html

For every specific point in the bandstructure, you need to set the corresponding kx, ky, and kz values from the FDTD->Bloch boundary conditions tab and then use DFT monitors to capture the field profile similar to what we have done in this example:
https://apps.lumerical.com/diffractive_optics_pc_bandstructure.html


#3

Thank you, for your answer.

First, I calculated the bandstructure of Fig.1.
The result is Fig.2.

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Fig.2 The result of calculating the bandstructure

Next, I calculate the resonance frequency at J point [Fig.3].
The result is Fig.4.


Fig.3 FDTD boundary condition


Fig.4 The resonance frequency

These resonance frequency spectrum should match with Fig.2, but it does not match.
Why?


#4

Hi @d8822002

Did you obtain Figure 2 from the simulations? If yes, Figure 2 essentially uses data from Fig.4 and I am surprised why they are not the same. One possibility is that you are using a smller num-band in the script used for post processing. Please share your simulation files for a review if you still had any problem.

Thanks