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Mode profile shaping in wire media : towards an experimental verification. / Boyd, Taylor; Gratus, Jonathan; Kinsler, Paul; Letizia, Rosa; Seviour, Rebecca.

In: Applied Sciences, Vol. 8, No. 8, 1276, 01.08.2018.

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title = "Mode profile shaping in wire media: towards an experimental verification",
abstract = "We show that an experimentally plausible system consisting of a modulated wire medium hosted in a metal cavity can preserve the longitudinal field profile shaping predicted by Boyd et al. (2018) on the basis of a perfectly periodic wire-only structure. These new frequency domain numerical results are a significant step towards justifying the construction of an experimental apparatus to test the field profile shaping in practise.",
keywords = "spatial dispersion, field profile, metamaterials, photonics, RF engineering",
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KW - photonics

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