Polarized infrared emission using frequency selective surfaces.

@article{Ginn2010PolarizedIE,
  title={Polarized infrared emission using frequency selective surfaces.},
  author={James C. Ginn and David Shelton and Peter Krenz and Brian Lail and Glenn D. Boreman},
  journal={Optics express},
  year={2010},
  volume={18 5},
  pages={
          4557-63
        }
}
An emission frequency selective surface, or eFSS, is made up of a periodic arrangement of resonant antenna structures above a ground plane. By exploiting the coupling and symmetry properties of an eFSS, it is possible to introduce polarization sensitive thermal emission and, subsequently, coherent emission. Two surfaces are considered: a linearly polarized emission surface and a circularly polarized emission surface. The linearly polarized surface consisted of an array of dipole elements and… CONTINUE READING

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