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Challenging Fundamental Limitations in Electromagnetics with Time-Varying Systems

  title={Challenging Fundamental Limitations in Electromagnetics with Time-Varying Systems},
  author={Zeki Hayran and Francesco Monticone},
: Time-varying components provide an exceptional opportunity to explore novel means for building efficient electromagnetic devices. While such explorations date back to more than half a century ago, recent years have experienced a renewed and increased interest into the design of dynamic electromagnetic systems. This resurgence has been partly fueled by the desire to surpass the performance of conventional devices, and to enable systems that can challenge various well-established physical bounds… 

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