Abstract

Dynamic and arbitrary control of electromagnetic waves is challenging. We introduce time-varying Huygens’ metadevices for efficient parametric conversion and demonstrate experimentally that the amplitude, phase, and scattering of parametric waves can be manipulated almost arbitrarily.

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