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Negative refraction device with electrically controllable permittivity and negative permeability

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5 Author(s)
Djermoun, A. ; Groupe d''Electromagnetisme Applique, Paris X Univ., Ville D''Avray, France ; de Lustrac, A. ; Lourtioz, J.M. ; Gadot, F.
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A controllable negative refraction device operated between 7 and 16 GHz is presented. This compact device, which is composed of split-ring resonators and metallic wires including pin diodes, presents a controllable permittivity and a fixed permeability. The switching of the electromagnetic state is demonstrated from transmission measurements between 7 and 16 GHz. The negative refraction of the material is verified from measurements at oblique incidence.

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Electronics Letters  (Volume:42 ,  Issue: 4 )

Date of Publication:

16 Feb. 2006

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