The example is inspired by Gregersen et al.  where a quantum dot is placed in a micro pillar to produce a single photon source. However, we have simplified the problem so that the 3D computations run smoothly on a laptop computer:
Exploiting the rotational symmetry of the geometry, the same problem is solved in the next section Rotationally Symmetric Emitter.
The following figure shows the field intensities for , , and -polarized dipoles placed in the center of the cavity.
The far field data is the electromagnetic field on a infinitely far distant hemisphere above or below the micro pillar. As normalization, the far field data as returned by the
FarField post process, refers to a hemisphere with distance to the origin. The outputs of the
FarField yields these fields in 2D polar coordinates.
JCMsuite visualizes the far field on a polar disk: