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*XM*triangle in k-space is only reliable when the unit cell is

*C*

_{4v}symmetric. For structures of lower symmetry, examining a two-dimensional subset of the first Brillouin zone will give smaller bandgaps.

*x*- and

*y*- coordinates, one can consider the structure as two separate 1D photonic crystals, one of them being periodic in

*x*coordinate and the other in

*y*coordinate. If it is possible to find a proper separable permittivity function, we can approximate a 2D PC with two distinct 1D structures. One of the advantages is rapid calculation the density of state of a 2D PC. In this article an analytical calculation of the density of states for such a 2D PC has been done with the aim of taking this advantage. For calculating the density of states we use the effective resonance approach to analyze the 1D PC.

Surface wave excitation control by using interface conductivity on one-dimensional photonic crystals

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