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Designing high-transmission and wide angle all-dielectric flat metasurfaces at telecom wavelengths

  title={Designing high-transmission and wide angle all-dielectric flat metasurfaces at telecom wavelengths},
  author={Nikolaos Vasilantonakis and Jacob Scheuer and Amir Boag},
  journal={arXiv: Optics},
Recent advances in holography, wireless sensing and light fidelity technologies have resulted in the need for antennas that can support highly efficient beam directivity for a broad angular range. Transmitarrays have been shown to be promising candidates for the determination of such structures. Here, we present a comprehensive methodology for the design of subwavelength all-dielectric flat metasurfaces with high transmission and deflection range. The metasurfaces are CMOS compatible and can be… 
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