This program is computing the reflexion and transmission of a multi layer structure using the Transfer Matrix Method (TMM). It allows to get the field distribution inside the structure.
Three structures are proposed:
-> Bragg mirror
-> Fabry-Perot cavity
-> VCSEL structure
Laurent NEVOU (2021). Light_WaveTransmission1D (https://github.com/LaurentNevou/Light_WaveTransmission1D), GitHub. Retrieved .
A new version is available with the index dispersion:
It isn t too complicated but one has to do it properly so that everything is working together...
1) In the main code: "WaveTransmission1D_Main.m", section Discretisation, you have to make "n" and "nt" wavelength dependent according to your need.
-> "n" will still have the same shape
-> "nt" will a 2D matrix [number of layer , wavelength length] => size(nt)=[3,N]. N= length(lambda)
2) in the loop over lambda, when you call the function TMM_f, you have to take "nt"=nt(:,l) to select the layer index at the right wavelength
3) That should be it!
Thanks for sharing this code.
How can I go about to find the transmission of a dispersive Fabry-Perot resonator, i.e, index changes as a function of wavelength?
Alright, thanks. Will look it up.
May be check "The Abeles matrix method"
It appears this algorithm is purely matrix approach and does not make use of the fresnel reflection/transmission coefficient, or can this somehow be incorporated through the incident boundary condition? I ask this because, I want to determine angular dependence as well as the polarization (TE/TM). Thanks in advance.
Igor A. Sukhoivanov and Igor V. Guryev
Photonic Cristals: Physical and Practical Modeling
Chap3: Fundamentals of Computation of Photonic Crystal Characteristics
Thank you for this resource. Apart from the wike link you provided up there, is there any other resources you followed in developing this algorithm? The code does not have enough comment on it and so it makes it difficult to adapt it for ones needs. Could you please give me any other resources you used in developing this?
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