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Sensitivity of Left Handed Material Film-Superconductor Waveguide Sensors

@inproceedings{Hamada2016SensitivityOL,
  title={Sensitivity of Left Handed Material Film-Superconductor Waveguide Sensors},
  author={M. S. Hamada and M. Shabat and A. H. El-Astal},
  year={2016}
}
The sensitivity of planar waveguide sensor containing dielectric, superconductor, and left-handed materials has been theoretically investigated. The proposed waveguide sensor in this study consists of a metamaterial film bounded by a dielectric cover and a superconductor substrate. The variation of the sensor sensitivity are found to be strongly depended on the metamaterial film, the film thickness and the temperature of the superconductor. 

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