By C.M. Krowne
This e-book offers with the topic of optical and digital detrimental refraction (NR) and unfavorable index fabrics NIM). assorted techniques for reaching NR and NIM are lined, reminiscent of utilizing photonic crystals, phononic crystals, split-ring resonators (SRRs) and non-stop media, focusing of waves, guided-wave habit, and nonlinear results. particular issues taken care of are polariton conception for LHMs (left passed materials), focusing of waves, guided-wave habit, nonlinear optical results, magnetic LHM composites, SRR-rod realizations, low-loss guided-wave bands utilizing SRR-rods unit cells as LHMs, NR of electromagnetic and digital waves in uniform media, box distributions in LHM guided-wave constructions, dielectric and ferroelectric NR bicrystal heterostructures, LH metamaterial photonic-crystal lenses, subwavelength focusing of LHM/NR photonic crystals, focusing of sound with NR and NIMs, and LHM quasi-crystal fabrics for focusing.
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5c, d). M. 0 25 Y (mm) 20 15 10 5 0 (b) −20 −10 0 X (mm) 1 10 2 3 20 4 25 Y (mm) 20 15 10 5 0 −20 −10 (c) 0 X (mm) 1 10 2 3 20 4 25 Y (mm) 20 15 10 5 0 (d) −20 −10 10 0 X (mm) 1 2 3 20 4 Fig. 3. Color distribution of the H ﬁeld for a microstrip guided wave structure, with an LHM substrate h1 = 5 mm thick, and a vacuum overlayer h2 = 20 mm thick, with 50 mm side wall separation. 2 GHz. 300e + 00 Fig. 4. 2 GHz for the transverse electric Et vector for the LHM device in Figs. 3. M. 300e + 00 −10 0 X (mm) Fig.