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A New Class of Resonant Metasurfaces Based on Highly Subwavelength Metamaterial-Lined Apertures and Metamaterial-Coated DiscsDownload
This work presents analytical, numerical and experimental studies of a new class of resonant metasurfaces (MTSs), which may also be classified as miniaturized-element frequency selective surfaces (FSSs). The proposed MTS unit cells consist of circular aperture or disc resonators that are made...
Analysis and Design of A New Class of Miniaturized Circular Waveguides Containing Anisotropic Metamaterial LinersDownload
This work presents the analysis and design of a new class of miniaturized circular waveguides containing anisotropic metamaterial liners, and reveals in detail intriguing and potentially useful propagation and radiation phenomena. An analytical construction of the liner as a homogeneous,...
Since the development of the fluctuation dissipation theorem for electromagnetics in 1956 by Landau, Lipschitz and Rytov, field correlations have gradually come to be understood as a consistent framework for treating all optical aspects of linear response. In turn, the theory of electromagnetic...
Metamaterials are artificial media designed to achieve exotic electromagnetic responses that are not available in conventional materials. Engineering the black body thermal emission using metamaterials promises to impact a variety of applications involving thermophotovoltaics, energy management...