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6. Paper VI Guided modes in a two-dimensional metallic photonic crystal waveguide are studied using a finite-difference time-domain method. A combination of the periodic boundary condition and the perfectly matched layer is used for the boundary treatment. The guided modes in the photonic crystal waveguide are related to those in a conventional metallic waveguide. There exists a cutoff frequency and consequently a mode gap at low frequencies (starting from zero frequency) in the photonic crystal metallic waveguide.
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Computational methods for the analysis and design of photonic bandgap structures by Min Qiu.