Metasurfing: Addressing Waves on Impenetrable Metasurfaces

  title={Metasurfing: Addressing Waves on Impenetrable Metasurfaces},
  author={Stefano Maci and Gabriele Minatti and Massimiliano Casaletti and Marko Bosiljevac},
  journal={IEEE Antennas and Wireless Propagation Letters},
Metasurfaces constitute a class of thin metamaterials, which are used from microwave to optical frequencies to create new antennas and microwave devices. Here, we propose the use of variable-impedance metasurfaces for transforming surface or guided waves into different wavefield configurations with desirable properties. We will shortly refer to this metasurface-driven wavefield transformation as “metasurfing.” Metasurfing can be obtained by an appropriate synthesis of inhomogeneous metasurface… CONTINUE READING
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