Capacitor-loaded split ring resonators as tunable metamaterial components
Journal of Applied Physics
American Institute of Physics
Aydin, K., & Ozbay, E. (2007). Capacitor-loaded split ring resonators as tunable metamaterial components. Journal of applied physics, 101(2), 24911-24911.
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Transmission through split ring resonator SRR structures loaded with capacitors is investigated both experimentally and numerically. Magnetic resonance frequency m is observed to shift to lower frequencies when capacitors are mounted to the various capacitive regions of the SRR structure. The amount of change in m depends strongly on the place where the capacitors are loaded. The magnetic resonance is obtained at 0.99 GHz with subwavelength SRR size of / 42 when the capacitor C= 2.2 pF is integrated at the split region of the outer ring. © 2007 American Institute of Physics