Polychromatic nanofocusing of surface plasmons
Despite the recent achievements in the field of plasmonics, there are still several challenging obstacles for real world applications, one of which is strong wavelength dispersion. Although it is possible to focus polychromatic light asymptotically at the tip of a taper, light is fully localized there and could not propagate beyond . This characteristic makes tapered structures not suitable for short pulse signal processing in an integrated photonic chip. In this work we introduce the...[Show more]
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