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Abstract
The general class of devices called resonant optics is periodic or quasi-periodic and consists of metallic unit cells arranged in a 2D array on a dielectric substrate.We generally used 2D structures in our investigations, with multilayer structures used on occasion. Some embodiments used metallic ground planes and some did not, restricting or allowing their use in reflective or transmissive modes. In this chapter we describe three subclasses of device architectures: frequency-selective surfaces (FSSs), optical retarders, and reflectarrays.
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