18 March 2016 The effect on cross-polarization conversion by the end shape of electric split-ring resonators in a multilayer metamaterial device
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Several types of multilayer metamaterial devices are studied to achieve cross-polarization conversion as well as subwavelength transmission enhancement. The surface current of three metamaterial layers reveals that the induced current around the apertures of the middle metal layer is the key to the physical mechanism. Furthermore, the simulated results show that the proposed devices have good performance on both the polarization conversion ratio and transmission rate. Lastly, a tunable cross-polarization conversion design is proposed and researched. These results can help to facilitate the development of high-sensitivity sensors and terahertz technology.
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Kejian Chen, Kejian Chen, Yang Bai, Yang Bai, Ting Bu, Ting Bu, Songlin Zhuang, Songlin Zhuang, } "The effect on cross-polarization conversion by the end shape of electric split-ring resonators in a multilayer metamaterial device," Optical Engineering 55(3), 037110 (18 March 2016). https://doi.org/10.1117/1.OE.55.3.037110 . Submission:
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