3 years ago

Dielectric Metasurface for Generating Broadband Millimeter Wave Orbital Angular Momentum Beams.

Zhongling Ba, Fan Bi, Xiong Wang, Yunting Li

Electromagnetic waves carrying orbital angular momentum (OAM) have found many applications. This work reports a broadband millimeter wave OAM generator applying a dielectric metasurface with high-refractive-index dielectric elements distributed on a low-refractive-index substrate. Proper adjustment of the dimensions of the dielectric elements can make a broadband OAM generator from 53 to 70 GHz. OAM generators with different mode numbers are designed and validated by simulation. Such structures can find potential applications in high-capacity communications and imaging.

Publisher URL: http://arxiv.org/abs/1801.06303

DOI: arXiv:1801.06303v1

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