Measurement of transmission properties of a periodically corrugated waveguide shows that the width of the Bragg gap depends on relative position of two corrugated plates. The transmission varies from zero to maximum value upon shifting of one periodic plate with respect to another on the half period of the corrugation.

© 2004 Optical Society of America

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