Microwave realization of quasi-one-dimensional systems with correlated disorder

  title={Microwave realization of quasi-one-dimensional systems with correlated disorder},
  author={Otto Dietz and Ulrich Kuhl and H. J. Stoeckmann and N. M. Makarov and F. M. Izrailev},
  journal={Physical Review B},
(Received 3 December 2010; revised manuscript received 3 February 2011; published 12 April 2011)A microwave setup for mode-resolved transport measurement in quasi-one-dimensional (quasi-1D) structuresis presented. We will demonstrate a technique for direct measurement of the Green’s function of the system.With its help we will investigate quasi-1D structures with various types of disorder. We will focus on stratifiedstructures,i.e… 

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