Gaussian beam propagation through a metamaterial lens
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We study a Gaussian beam propagation through a metamaterial lens by direct numerical simulations using COMSOL. We find that a metamaterial lens can deflect the beam significantly by either adjusting the shape of the lens or increasing the dielectric permittivity of the metamaterials.
Universal Journal of Applied Mathematics, 2(4): 184-194, 2014The article of record as published may be found at http://dx.doi.org/10.13189/ujam.2014.020404
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