In the present work, we will contribute to the investigation of the Photonic BandGap (PBG) behavior as a function of the wave polarization and incidence angle in the visible range of wavelength, for a one-dimensional photonic crystal built according to the pattern of the Rudin-Shapiro sequence. The multilayer structure is then composed of elementary layers A, B, C and D, which correspond respectively to dielectric material of nA, nB, nC and nD refractive indices. We have developed a numerical resolution approach based on the Transfer Matrix Method in order to determine the photometric magnitude namely reflection and transmission coefficients. This work of simulation presents a great advantage since we are capable of predicting in advance the appearance, behavior and function of the PBG.
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