Abstract

We present a numerical investigation of terahertz channel plasmon polaritons (CPPs) propagating in a semiconductor InSb. It is shown that these CPPs can simultaneously exhibit subwavelength field confinement and relatively long propagation length. Moreover, single-mode propagation is available for terahertz CPPs in a certain frequency range.

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