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Tunable and multiple plasmon-induced transparency in a metasurface comprised of silver s-shaped resonator and rectangular strip

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posted on 2020-04-28, 14:17 authored by R.M.H. Bilal, Muhammad Abuzar Baqir, Pankaj Kumar Choudhury, Muhammad Mahmood Ali, Arbab Abdur Rahim
The plasmon-induced transparency (PIT) in planar metasurface comprising of resonators having one S-shaped structure and a rectangular strip (both made of silver) was investigated. It was found that the S-shaped component of metasurface induces a single bright mode, whereas the rectangular strip manifests two bright modes with strong coupling of incident electromagnetic waves. When both the metasurface components were placed in the proximity, the PIT-like phenomenon was observed. The effects of rotational angle of the metasurface as well as the angle of incidence on the transmission spectra (of the metasurface) were also investigated. Both the transverse electric (TE) and transverse magnetic (TM) waves were used to explore the PIT effect. It was noticed that the PIT window could be easily tuned by altering the horizontal distance between the resonator components (i.e., the S-shaped structure and rectangular strip). It is expected that the proposed metasurface structure would be prudent in switching, ultrafast sensing and optical applications.

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IEEE Photonics Journal; 12 (3)

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IEEE Computer Society

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