Abstract

Based on solid-state plasma (SSP), an electromagnetically induced transparent (EIT) metamaterial is proposed. Simulations illustrate that the given metamaterial has the characteristics of adjustment, polarization insensitivity, and low dissipation. Because SSP can be coordinated in state I, the ideal transmittance frequency band can cover 8.0335–9.02531 GHz (a narrow band). If the regulatory status is switched to state II, that frequency region will alter to 9.7982–12.9275 GHz (a broad band). As SSP can be switched back and forth between states I and II under actual demand, the tailored EIT metamaterial can be achieved. The maximum group delays of state I and state II are 0.9437 ns and 0.5546 ns, respectively, and the maximum group refractive indices are 526.60 and 300.45, respectively, which conforms to its slow light characteristic. Regardless of how the polarization angle changes, the two transmission valleys of state I are at 7.9172 GHz and 10.4446 GHz, and the transmission peak is situated at 8.2091 GHz, and those values of state II are 9.3777 GHz, 13.9600 GHz, and 10.1920 GHz, respectively, which proves that the obtained EIT is polarization independent and also has a low dissipation factor. Such an EIT metamaterial has excellent properties in sensing, communication, slow light, and other fields.

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