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Effective Parameters of Terahertz Metamaterials Fabricated with Microfluidic-Jet Technique

  • Zsolt Szabó (a1), Yew Li Hor (a1), Er Ping Li (a1) and Wolfgang J. R. Hoefer (a1)


A cost-effective fabrication method to engineer metamaterial structures with micrometersize features and novel mechanical properties, which are suitable for terahertz applications, is reported herein. The effective metamaterial parameter extraction procedure is employed with the Kramers-Kronig relation to analyze the effective parameters of single- and multilayer metamaterial structures.



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