Photonic magnetic metamaterial basics
Photonics and Nanostructures - Fundamentals and Applications
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In the present study, we provide a detailed analysis for the study of photonic metamaterials. We demonstrate the polarization and orientation dependent transmission response of split ring resonators at the infrared and visible band. We provided optical measurements only for one case, in which electric component of the incident field was coupled to planar split ring resonator array. We consecutively studied (i) frequency tuning, (ii) effect of resonator density, (iii) shifting magnetic resonance frequency by changing the resonator shape, and (iv) effect of metal loss and plasma frequency. The study provides an overlook for the candidate applications such as the enhancement of power passing through an electrically small hole, negative index metamaterials and optical metamaterial absorbers. © 2010 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.
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