Abstract

We propose an unprecedented transmit-array configuration which can mold the incident beam by modulating phase and amplitude wavefronts. The transmit-array is composed of patterned graphene metasurfaces as shunt admittance sheets. Thanks to the exceptional features of graphene such as tunability, thinness, low loss, and high confinement of graphene plasmons, the proposed subwavelength structure passes strict touchstones for nano-photonic and opto-electronic applications. Two flat-optics functionalities, i.e., focusing and splitting, are realized by means of the proposed configuration.

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