Abstract

We consider a simple configuration for realizing one-dimensional slow-light metamaterials with large bandwidth-delay products using stub-shaped Fabry–Perot resonators as building blocks. Each meta-atom gives rise to large group indices because of a classical analog of the dressed-state picture of electromagnetically induced transparency. By connecting up to eight meta-atoms, we find bandwidth-delay products over unity and group indices approaching 100. Our approach is quite general and can be applied to any type of Fabry–Perot resonators and tuned to different operating wavelengths.

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