An octave-bandwidth negligible-loss radiofrequency metamaterial.

  title={An octave-bandwidth negligible-loss radiofrequency metamaterial.},
  author={Erik Lier and Douglas H. Werner and Clinton P. Scarborough and Qi Wu and Jeremy A. Bossard},
  journal={Nature materials},
  volume={10 3},
Metamaterials provide an unprecedented ability to manipulate electromagnetic waves and are an enabling technology for new devices ranging from flat lenses that focus light beyond the diffraction limit to coatings capable of cloaking an object. Nevertheless, narrow bandwidths and high intrinsic losses arising from the resonant properties of metamaterials have raised doubts about their usefulness. New design approaches seek to turn the perceived disadvantages of dispersion into assets that… CONTINUE READING
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