Document Type: Short Communication
Islamic Azad University, Tabriz Branch, Tabriz, Iran.
A noninteracting quantum-dot arrays side coupled to a quantum wire is studied. Transport through the quantum wire is investigated by using a noninteracting Anderson tunneling Hamiltonian. The conductance at zero temperature develops an oscillating band with resonances and antiresonances due to constructive and destructive interference in the ballistic channel, respectively. Moreover, we have found the number of antiresonant exactly depends on the number of quantum dot in every array and increasing array make antiresonants wide increase.