3 years ago

Reflection from the periodically modulated interface of a hyperbolic metamaterial.

Nina A. Zharova, Alexander A. Zharov, Alexander A. Zharov Jr

A numerical study of the features of the scattering of incident radiation at a periodically modulated hyperbolic metamaterial boundary was carried out. We have found optimal - sawtooth-shaped profile of the interface which provides minimal reflection. It is shown that at a certain orientation of the optical axes of the metamaterial, a subwave localization of the field occurs at the saw-tooth interface. An approximate analytical expression for the eigenmode was found. A generalization of the numerical method is implemented for calculating fields, based on the application of the Green's second identity.

Publisher URL: http://arxiv.org/abs/1901.02723

DOI: arXiv:1901.02723v1

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