CST – Computer Simulation Technology

An efficient broadband metamaterial wave retarder
Jessie Y. Chin, Jonah N. Gollub, Jack J. Mock, Ruopeng Liu, Cameron Harrison, David R. Smith, Tie Jun Cui
Volume: 17, Issue: 9, April 2009
Metamaterials with anisotropic electromagnetic properties have the capability to manipulate the polarization states of electromagnetic waves. We describe a method to design a broadband, low-loss wave retarder with graded constitutive parameter distributions based on non-resonant metamaterial elements. A structured metamaterial half-wave retarder that converts one linear polarization to its cross polarization is designed and its performance is characterized experimentally

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