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Demonstration of dipole-induced transparency using mirrored split-ring resonator metasurface for microwave applications

Abstract

In this paper, the Dipole-Induced Transparency (DIT) in the microwave frequency regime is proposed and verified using experimental and simulation studies. A single-layer mirrored Split-Ring Resonator (SRR) array configured in the H excitation scenario is used to create an out-of-phase oscillating electric dipole moment for a normal incident plane wave. The destructive interference between these out-of-phase oscillating electric dipole moments nullifies far-field scattering resulting in the emergence of the transparency window. We used the multipole scattering theory to validate the results computationally. The coupling effects are studied numerically, and the emergence of the transparency window is studied experimentally using transmission measurements inside an anechoic chamber using a vector network analyzer.

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The authors acknowledge the research funding received from the Science and Engineering Research Board (SERB), Department of Science and Technology, for the major research project ECR/2017/002204.

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The authors acknowledge the research funding received from the Science and Engineering Research Board (SERB), Department of Science and Technology, for the major research project ECR/2017/002204.

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Sarin, V.P., Raj, R.K. & Kesavath, V. Demonstration of dipole-induced transparency using mirrored split-ring resonator metasurface for microwave applications. J Comput Electron 21, 826–833 (2022). https://doi.org/10.1007/s10825-022-01908-7

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Keywords

  • Dipole-induced transparency
  • Metasurface
  • Spilt-ring resonators