Realization of Sensing Applications in Nanophotonic Waveguide using Sugar, Salt and Alcohol Solutions
Keywords:Nanophotonic, Sugar Solution, PBG
In broad sense, a waveguide is a device which constrains of guide the propagation of an electromagnetic waves along a path defined by the physical construction of the guide. Basically waveguide is medium, which present in between transmitter and receiver, i.e. it a medium where data can be transmitted from transmitter end to reciver end. Now day’s different types of waveguide are being used for the sake transformation of data for purposes. Out of these nanophononic waveguide is one of them.
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