Review of experimental studies on microwave left-handed metamaterials
AIP Conference Proceedings
72 - 78
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We review experimental studies on left-handed metamaterials operating at microwave frequencies. Left-handed transmission is obtained from a composite metamaterial consisting of periodic split ring resonator and wire arrays. Phase measurements reveal that the left-handed metamaterial has a negative phase velocity and negative refraction. The negative index metamaterial is capable of imaging subwavelength features with a resolution of λ/8. © 2007 American Institute of Physics.