Quasioptical Polarizer Based on Self-Complementary Sub-Wavelength Hole Arrays

@article{Beruete2007QuasiopticalPB,
  title={Quasioptical Polarizer Based on Self-Complementary Sub-Wavelength Hole Arrays},
  author={Miguel Beruete and M. N. Cia and Igor Campillo and P. Goy and Mario Sorolla},
  journal={IEEE Microwave and Wireless Components Letters},
  year={2007},
  volume={17},
  pages={834-836}
}
In this letter, extraordinary transmission in sub-wavelength hole arrays is employed in combination with self-complementary Babinet concepts to design a novel class of quasioptical polarizer for millimeter wave frequencies. After a proper design, the device has been miniaturized in such a way that operation under Fresnel zone of a Gaussian beam has been demonstrated. Experimental validation opens up the way to new possibilities for polarizer design. 

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