Electrically and Magnetically Biased Graphene-Based Cylindrical Waveguides: Analysis and Applications as Reconfigurable Antennas

@article{CorreasSerrano2015ElectricallyAM,
  title={Electrically and Magnetically Biased Graphene-Based Cylindrical Waveguides: Analysis and Applications as Reconfigurable Antennas},
  author={Diego Correas-Serrano and Juan Sebastian Gomez-Diaz and Andrea Al{\'u} and Alejandro {\'A}lvarez-Melc{\'o}n},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Terahertz Science and Technology},
  year={2015},
  volume={5},
  pages={951-960}
}
  • Diego Correas-Serrano, Juan Sebastian Gomez-Diaz, +1 author Alejandro Álvarez-Melcón
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    IEEE Transactions on…
    2015
  • Physics
  • The propagation of surface waves along electrically and magnetically biased graphene-based cylindrical waveguides (GCWs) is investigated in detail. Analytical dispersion equations are derived for several GCW geometries, considering the presence of an inner metallic core and multiple (coaxial-like) graphene layers. The proposed formulation reveals a fundamental connection between surface plasmons found in GCWs/carbon nanotubes and planar graphene structures. Numerical results confirm the higher… CONTINUE READING

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