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Hybridized nanocavities as single-polarized plasmonic antennas
We experimentally demonstrate that hybridized nanocavities in optically thick metal films radiate in coherence, and act as an efficient single-polarized plasmonic nano-antenna array. We employ propagating and localized plasmons to enhance polarization control along one axis, with total suppression of the perpendicular polarization component. The relationship between the near-field and far-field radiation is established through a quasi-static model connecting the individual nano-antenna behaviordoi:10.1364/oe.17.020900 pmid:19997327 fatcat:rljnpr4aurgtbi3eqnu4dgo7bm