The transmission of information from one place to another by light waves sent through waveguides is hampered by light attenuation and scattering loss. Magnetic photonic crystals could provide a solution to such problems.
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Yablonovitch, E. One-way road for light. Nature 461, 744–745 (2009). https://doi.org/10.1038/461744a
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