Monday, February 9, 2015

Abstract-Controlling the transparency window in terahertz band using mode coupling metamaterials

Mode-coupling metamaterials are typically composite structures with different resonance modes. Controlling couplings among these modes results in a sharp transparency window within the absorption spectrum of the metamaterials. Here, we present a composite structure of ring and split-ring resonators to constitute a new structure with entirely new mode. Experimental results show that the asymmetric combination of these resonators can result in a variation in transparency strength. The dimensions and relative positions of the split-ringresonator are discussed particularly with a series of experimental results. Simulation results show that the coupling intensity is the main reason for this behavior. Exploiting this aspect, a way to control the transparency window between composite structure metamaterials is proposed.

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