Abstract

Doping random multilayer dielectric media with weak scatterers can cause delocalization of waves. Calculations show that at a critical frequency waves undergo a transition from evanescent decay to power law behavior. The transition occurs for arbitrarily weak scatterers, in stark contrast to previous predictions. Applications to novel filters are discussed.

© 2004 Optical Society of America

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