Frequency tunable metamaterial designs using near field coupled SRR structures in the terahertz region

2011-09-01
Ekmekci, Evren
Strikwerda, A.c.
Fan, K.
Keiser, G.
Zhang, Xin
Sayan, Gönül
Averitt, Richard D.
We present frequency tunable metamaterials at terahertz frequencies using broadside-coupled split ring resonators. Frequency tuning, arising from changes in near field coupling, is obtained by in-plane displacement between the SRR layers. A maximum frequency shift occurs for displacement of half a unit cell resulting in a shift of 663 GHz (51% of f0). © 2011 OSA.

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E. Ekmekci et al., “Frequency tunable metamaterial designs using near field coupled SRR structures in the terahertz region,” 2011, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: https://www.scopus.com/inward/record.uri?partnerID=HzOxMe3b&scp=80052111145&origin=inward.