Abstract

An H-type-graphene-based slow-light metamaterial is proposed to produce a dual plasmon-induced transparency phenomenon, which can be effectively modulated by Fermi level, carrier mobility of graphene, and the medium environment. The data calculated by coupled mode theory and results of numerical simulation show prominent agreement. In addition, both the simplicity and continuity of the units of graphene-based metamaterial are extraordinary advantages. Furthermore, the slow-light characteristics of the proposed structure show that the group refractive index is as high as 237, which is more competitive than some other slow-light devices.

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