Abstract

The possibility of creation of all-optically controlled, remotely actuated and interrogated, ultraminiature nonlinear-optical sensor, which utilizes negative-index metama-terial and can be exploited for the remote environmental sensing is shown and numerically simulated.

© 2011 Optical Society of America

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