CST – Computer Simulation Technology

Title:
Millimeter-wave phase resonances in compound reflection gratings with subwavelength grooves
Author(s):
Miguel Beruete, Miguel Navarro-C´ia, Diana C. Skigin, Mario Sorolla1,3
Source:
OPTICS EXPRESS
Vol./Issue/Date:
Volume: 18, Issue: 23, 8 November 2010
Year:
2010
Page(s):
23957-23964
Abstract:
Experimental evidence of phase resonances in a dual-period reflection structure comprising three subwavelength grooves in each period is provided in the millimeter-wave regime. We have analyzed and measured the response of these structures and show that phase resonances are characterized by a minimum in the reflected response, as predicted by numerical calculations. It is also shown that under oblique incidence these structures exhibit additional phase resonances not present for normal illumination because of the potentially permitted odd field distribution. A satisfactory agreement between the experimental and numerical reflectance curves is obtained. These results confirm the recent theoretical predictions of phase resonances in reflection gratings in the millimeter-wave regime, and encourage research in this subject due to the multiple potential applications, such as frequency selective surfaces, backscattering reduction and complex-surface-wave-based sensing. In addition, it is underlined here that the response becomes much more complex than the mere infinite analysis when one considers finite periodic structures as in the real experiment.
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