By Christophe Caloz, Tatsuo Itoh

ISBN-10: 0471669857

ISBN-13: 9780471669852

Electromagnetic metamaterials-from basic physics to complicated engineering applications

This e-book offers an unique generalized transmission line process linked to non-resonant buildings that show better bandwidths, reduce loss, and better layout flexibility. it really is in keeping with the unconventional inspiration of composite right/left-handed (CRLH) transmission line metamaterials (MMs), which has ended in the improvement of novel guided-wave, radiated-wave, and refracted-wave units and structures.

The authors brought this strong new proposal and are consequently capable of provide readers deep perception into the elemental physics had to comprehend the know-how. in addition, they supply a bunch of sensible engineering applications.

The publication starts with an introductory bankruptcy that locations resonant variety and transmission line metamaterials in ancient point of view. the following six chapters supply readers a superb starting place within the basics and sensible applications:
* basics of LH MMs describes the elemental physics and unique homes of left-handed metamaterials
* TL concept of MMs establishes the principles of CRLH buildings in 3 revolutionary steps: excellent transmission line, LC community, and actual disbursed structure
* Two-Dimensional MMs develops either a transmission matrix approach and a transmission line solution to deal with the matter of finite-size 2nd metamaterials interested in arbitrary sources
* Guided-Wave purposes and Radiated-Wave functions current a few groundbreaking functions built by way of the authors
* the way forward for MMs units forth knowledgeable view on destiny demanding situations and prospects

This engineering method of metamaterials paves the way in which for a brand new new release of microwave and photonic units and buildings. it's endorsed for electric engineers, in addition to physicists and optical engineers, with an curiosity in functional damaging refractive index buildings and fabrics.

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