Abstract

This work presents experimental measurements of two square split resonant ring and metal wire (SSRR-MW) samples with different cell sizes at microwave frequencies. The geometrical sizes of the metamaterial cells are found to play an important role in the resonant frequency. Cells with different geometrical sizes are chosen to stack into a two-layer or three-layer metamaterial unit to realize the multiple negative passbands. The effective parameters of three separate SSRR-MW models (a one-layer unit, a two-layer unit, and a three-layer unit) are retrieved from the simulation data. The composed models exhibit two or three negative bands by overlapping the passbands of original cells and broadening the overall bandwidth. The recovered parameters show good agreement with the theoretical analysis.

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Peng Gao, Chunmin Zhang, Zongwei Jia, and Yongqiang Kang, "Multiple frequency bands of square split resonant rings and metal wire metamaterial: erratum," Appl. Opt. 52, 7523-7523 (2013)
https://www.osapublishing.org/ao/abstract.cfm?uri=ao-52-31-7523

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