By Filippo Capolino
This ebook makes use of the 1st volume’s exploration of concept, easy houses, and modeling themes to enhance readers’ realizing of purposes and units which are in line with synthetic fabrics. It explores a variety of functions in fields together with electronics, telecommunications, sensing, scientific instrumentation, and information garage. The textual content additionally features a useful user’s consultant and explores key parts during which synthetic fabrics have constructed. It contains specialists’ views on present and destiny purposes of metamaterials, to offer a well-rounded view on state of the art technologies.
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VNA contains an in-house program for recording electric field values. a for a photograph of the probe). b shows the measurement areas and the orientation of the CLWM crystal during the measurements. The spatial step of the probe is mm. First, the desired Fabry–Perot resonance, for which the slab was tuned, has to be located. This frequency lies approximately at the lower edge of the first crystal stopband. To locate the resonance, the reflection level from the slab was measured using a wideband horn.
A) Measured intensity distribution (in arbitrary units) and (b) measured intensity distribution without the CLWM crystal (in arbitrary units). The intensity values in the focal plane have not been normalized to better see the details of the intensity distribution. , Phys. Rev. B, , , . Measured intensity distribution along the axis X (parallel to the slab interface). The arrow indicates the scale that is used to read the intensity values. Intensity in the image area has been measured at mm distance from the slab interface.
Applications of Metamaterials by Filippo Capolino