Abstract

Optical fields may be manipulated and rerouted in arbitrarily-shaped grooves carved in near-zero-permittivity substrates. These channels act as nanoscale “wires” for optical displacement vectors with almost uniform phase, satisfying Kirchhoff’s circuit laws at optical frequencies.

© 2008 Optical Society of America

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