Transmission and Reflection Properties of Composite Double Negative Metamaterials in Free Space
IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation
2592 - 2595
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Ozbay, E., Aydin, K., Cubukcu, E., & Bayindir, M. (2003). Transmission and reflection properties of composite double negative metamaterials in free space. IEEE transactions on antennas and propagation, 51(10), 2592-2595.
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We report free space transmission and the first reflection measurements of a composite double negative (DNG) metamaterial, also known as a left-handed material (LHM). The metamaterial composes of the split-ring-resonators and discontinuous thin wires. Very high transmission values of the metamaterial are observed within a frequency range for which both effective permeability and permittivity are expected to be negative.