Rigorous Analysis and Design of Anti-Reflective Moth-Eye Structures
The suppression of reflection at surfaces is of interest for numerous optical applications. One very interesting approach of controlling the reflection at surfaces is the usage of anti-reflective nano- and micro-structures, which are motivated by nature (moth-eye). These structures with feature sizes in the sub-wavelength domain exhibit unique properties concerning wavelength and angular dependency. In this document, the analysis and design of deterministic anti-reflective structures in VirtualLab Fusion is presented.
- Use Case (PDF) pdf 22.10.21
- Use Case and sample files in VirtualLab Fusion (ZIP) zip 22.10.21