CST – Computer Simulation Technology

Wideband plasmonic focusing metasurfaces
Chiya Saeidi, Daniel van der Weide
Applied Physics Letters
Volume: 105 Issue: 5
053107 - 053107-4
We present a technique for designing wideband focusing metasurfaces. The proposed metasurface consists of unit cells of nanoparticle-based spatial phase shifters distributed over a planar surface. The topology of each spatial phase shifter is based on the design of plasmonic frequency selective surfaces. A true ab-initio design procedure for the proposed reflectarray is also proposed for the desired bandwidth and center frequency. A reflectarray for focusing the entire red spectrum (75?nm) is designed, with full-wave simulation results demonstrating desired focusing.

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