We present the experimental observation of multiple resonance transport of light waves, due to necklace states, in disordered one-dimensional systems. Transmission phase measurements allow us to identify these states unambiguously and investigate their statistical properties. A theoretical model is developed to describe the resonance statistics and the frequency dependance of the localization length

WAVE TRANSPORT IN RANDOM SYSTEMS: MULTIPLE RESONANCE CHARACTER OF NECKLACE MODES AND THEIR STATISTICAL BEHAVIOR

GALLI, MATTEO;ANDREANI, LUCIO;
2006

Abstract

We present the experimental observation of multiple resonance transport of light waves, due to necklace states, in disordered one-dimensional systems. Transmission phase measurements allow us to identify these states unambiguously and investigate their statistical properties. A theoretical model is developed to describe the resonance statistics and the frequency dependance of the localization length
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