Efficient multiband and broadband cross polarization converters based on slotted Lshaped nanoantennas

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This article presents highly efficient reflective cross polarization converters based on metamaterials operating in the infrared regime.

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Ding, Jun; Arigong, Bayaner; Ren, Han; Zhou, Mi; Shao, Jin; Lin, Yuankun et al. November 14, 2014.

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This article presents highly efficient reflective cross polarization converters based on metamaterials operating in the infrared regime.

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Abstract: In this paper, we presented highly efficient reflective cross polarization converters based on metamaterials operating in the infrared regime, which are composed of a dielectric spacer sandwiched between slotted L-shaped metallic nanoantennas and a ground plane. The proposed polarization converters can convert a linearly polarized wave to its cross polarized wave with high polarization conversion ratio (> 0.95) over multiple / broad frequency bands. The resulting multi-band and broadband operations are induced by the localized mode hybridizations between the slot and the original metallic nanoantenna. Furthermore, the performance of the proposed converters under different incident angles is also explored. It is found that the first broad band (or the first two resonant frequencies) of the proposed broadband (or multi-band) converters appears to be independent of the incident angle (up to 47°).

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  • Optics Express, 2014. Washington, DC: Optical Society of America

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  • Publication Title: Optics Express
  • Volume: 22
  • Issue: 23
  • Pages: 29143-22451
  • Peer Reviewed: Yes

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  • November 14, 2014

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Ding, Jun; Arigong, Bayaner; Ren, Han; Zhou, Mi; Shao, Jin; Lin, Yuankun et al. Efficient multiband and broadband cross polarization converters based on slotted Lshaped nanoantennas, article, November 14, 2014; Washington, DC. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc1212006/: accessed September 22, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT College of Arts and Sciences.