A theoretical study is reported of the magnetic-field-controlled optical transmission through a stack of identical bilayers in which one layer is bigyrotropic and the other is nonmagnetic and isotropic. An analytical expression for the complex transmittance is derived. The transmittance–wavelength characteristic is examined for different magnetizations and for fixed materials parameters and total number of bilayers. The magnetization dependence of the position, height, and width of the center peak is investigated. The effect is calculated of magnetization on the ellipticity of transmitted light and the angle of optical rotation.
Russian Microelectronics – Springer Journals
Published: Oct 18, 2004
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