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

2011-12-01
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 broadsidecoupled 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). © OSA/CLEO 2011.

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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=84893528827&origin=inward.