Reflection and transmission from left-handed material structures using Lorentz and Drude medium models

  • S.A. Taya, D.M. El−Amassi
  • Opto-Electronics Review, January 2015, De Gruyter
  • DOI: 10.1515/oere-2015-0031

wasveguide, slab waveguide, optical sensors, left-handed material

What is it about?

slab waveguide sensors have played a remarkable role in chemical and biological sensing applications. Much progress has been observed in the field of slab waveguide sensors over the last two decades due to their advantageous over electric sensors such as rapid response, direct detection, and immunity to electromagnetic interference. Moreover, they have small size and weight and can be used in aggressive and ionizing environments. The latest trends in optical waveguide sensors include compatibility with mass production processes and multiple analyte detection. Another significant feature of slab waveguide sensors is that they are easy to interface with optical data communication systems.

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