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On the Effect of Dissipation and Nonlocality on Unidirectional and Topological Surface Plasmon-Polaritons

2019 International Applied Computational Electromagnetics Society Symposium (ACES), 2019

Unidirectional surface plasmon polaritons (SPPs) on nonreciprocal material platforms are currently the subject of significant interest. In this abstract, we revisit this exciting topic, discussing the role of the nonlocal response of a magnetized plasmonic material. Our analytical calculations and frequency- domain finite-element simulations confirm that a nonlocal correction in the material model implies the absence of purely unidirectional SPP ...


High-performance filtering antenna using spoof surface plasmon polaritons

IEEE Transactions on Plasma Science, 2019

In this paper, a novel filtering antenna based on periodic spoof surface plasmon polaritons (SSPPs) is proposed. Double-sided parallel-strip line (DSPSL) is used to realize the wideband property for the double-layer SSPPs. Filtering performance can be realized by adding via holes and ring resonators in the double-layer SSPPs. The simulated and measured results indicate the high gain of 9.38 dBi ...


A new spoof surface plasmon polaritons based T-splitter

2019 IEEE MTT-S International Wireless Symposium (IWS), 2019

In this article, a new T-splitter based on spoof surface plasmon polaritons with the performance of high transmission efficiency in a wide frequency range is proposed. An equal power divider is constructed with commendable isolation between the two output ports based on the spoof SPP-TLs targeting to divide the power of the spoof SPP-TL into two equal parts with the ...


Electron Beam Excited Surface Plasmon Polaritons Carrying Orbital Angular Momentum

2018 12th International Symposium on Antennas, Propagation and EM Theory (ISAPE), 2018

A method to generate surface plasmon polaritons (SPP) carrying orbital angular momentum (OAM) is proposed. Here the electrons beam is rotating around the nanowire as well as going along it at the same time. As the trace of the electron beam is chiral, the SPP it generate can be chiral as well, enabling it to carry OAM with specific topological ...


Duplexer Based on Spoof Surface Plasmon Polaritons Transmission Lines

2018 Asia-Pacific Microwave Conference (APMC), 2018

We propose a duplexer based on spoof surface plasmon polaritons (SSPPs) transmission lines (TLs). The duplexer consists of two domino SSPP TLs with different lower cut-off and higher cut-off (asymptotic) frequencies, forming the two frequency band channels. The low frequency band channel is the domino SSPP TL with higher unit height. For the branch of the high frequency band channel, ...


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  • On the Effect of Dissipation and Nonlocality on Unidirectional and Topological Surface Plasmon-Polaritons

    Unidirectional surface plasmon polaritons (SPPs) on nonreciprocal material platforms are currently the subject of significant interest. In this abstract, we revisit this exciting topic, discussing the role of the nonlocal response of a magnetized plasmonic material. Our analytical calculations and frequency- domain finite-element simulations confirm that a nonlocal correction in the material model implies the absence of purely unidirectional SPP modes below the plasma frequency. However, we also show that, depending on the considered configuration, the presence of even moderate levels of loss (absorption or radiation) can practically restore the unidirectionality of this mode. Our findings have important implications in the context of nonreciprocal and topological electromagnetic systems.

  • High-performance filtering antenna using spoof surface plasmon polaritons

    In this paper, a novel filtering antenna based on periodic spoof surface plasmon polaritons (SSPPs) is proposed. Double-sided parallel-strip line (DSPSL) is used to realize the wideband property for the double-layer SSPPs. Filtering performance can be realized by adding via holes and ring resonators in the double-layer SSPPs. The simulated and measured results indicate the high gain of 9.38 dBi and bandwidth of 10.44% can be achieved for the antenna with via holes and ring resonators, the out-of-band rejection is over 17 dBi. Meanwhile, the gain variations are less than 1 dBi in the whole frequency band. Good agreements can be observed between the measured and simulated results, which indicate good potential applications in the communication systems and integrated circuits.

  • A new spoof surface plasmon polaritons based T-splitter

    In this article, a new T-splitter based on spoof surface plasmon polaritons with the performance of high transmission efficiency in a wide frequency range is proposed. An equal power divider is constructed with commendable isolation between the two output ports based on the spoof SPP-TLs targeting to divide the power of the spoof SPP-TL into two equal parts with the same ratio. In general, there exists big impedance mismatch between the input and output ports in a 3 port lossy network. For this purpose, a stepped-impedance section is co-designed with accurate precision near the junction of the splitter which comes up with excellent impedance-matching between the spoof SPP-TLs and the coplanar waveguides. The proposed splitter attributing ultra-wide bandwidth, low loss, compact length and well balanced performance is a strong contender on bases of its high capability and excellent utilization in advancing integrated plasmonic appliances in microwave and terahertz frequency regimes.

  • Electron Beam Excited Surface Plasmon Polaritons Carrying Orbital Angular Momentum

    A method to generate surface plasmon polaritons (SPP) carrying orbital angular momentum (OAM) is proposed. Here the electrons beam is rotating around the nanowire as well as going along it at the same time. As the trace of the electron beam is chiral, the SPP it generate can be chiral as well, enabling it to carry OAM with specific topological charge, on condition that the speed of electron matches the phase speed of light. When multiple synchronous electron sources exist, electromagnetic modes whose symmetry match that of electron sources can be additionally strengthened, possible increase the suppression ratio to other modes.

  • Duplexer Based on Spoof Surface Plasmon Polaritons Transmission Lines

    We propose a duplexer based on spoof surface plasmon polaritons (SSPPs) transmission lines (TLs). The duplexer consists of two domino SSPP TLs with different lower cut-off and higher cut-off (asymptotic) frequencies, forming the two frequency band channels. The low frequency band channel is the domino SSPP TL with higher unit height. For the branch of the high frequency band channel, which is based on a SSPP TL with lower unit height, multiple SSPP TL sections functioning as band-stop structures are placed aside the SSPP TL to realize satisfying out-of-band rejection below the lower cut-off frequency. The two branches are fed through a common rectangular waveguide. Different transition length of the two branches as well as a shifted placement from the center is designed to achieve efficient transition for both branches at respective bands.

  • Spoof Surface Plasmon Polaritons Based Reconfigurable Band-Pass Filter

    This letter reports the design and analysis of the bandwidth (BW) reconfigurable band-pass filter using spoof surface plasmon polaritons at THz/microwave frequency. The designed filter consists of a spoof SPP T-shape resonator in which tuning has been introduced using variable capacitor device (having a cutoff frequency in THz regimes). Even and odd mode analysis has been carried out for a better understanding of the phenomenon. The proposed concept of variable bandwidth at a THz frequency in the SSPP structure has been demonstrated through Co-EM simulation. For the experimental validation of the proposed approach, the filter has been designed at microwave frequency, developed on a 60 mil (1.52 mm) thick microwave laminate, and characterized using a Keysight Field-Fox analyzer N9918A. In THz and microwave frequency regime, the designed filter has 3-dB BW reconfigurability of 20 GHz (0.41-0.43 THz) and 300 MHz (100-400 MHz) with the insertion loss of ~3 dB and ~1.7 dB-3.2 dB, respectively. The proposed reconfigurable bandpass filter will have an important role in the design and development of plasmonic circuits and systems.

  • Second-mode Spoof Surface Plasmon Polaritons Based on Complementary Plasmonic Metamaterials

    In this paper, spoof surface plasmon polaritons (SSPPs) are supported by plasmonic meta material with arrays of complementary symmetric grooves. In comparison with the slotline-based complementary SSPP structure, the proposed structure has a different second-mode dispersion relation which indicates improved operating bandwidth. High-efficiency and broadband excitation and propagation of second-mode SSPPs are achieved by a smooth transition using a linear tapered coplanar waveguide with complementary gradient grooves. The transition is of seamless connection with conventional microwave circuits and simple geometry for easy and low-cost fabrication. The numerical simulations show that the proposed structure has significant potentials in developing plasmonic integrate circuits at microwave frequencies.

  • Evolution of Argon Discharges in Bottle-Shaped Tube Excited by Surface Plasmon Polaritons With a Low Power Operation

    In this paper, an improved microwave plasma jet based on the principles of surface plasmon polaritons is exhibited. Instead of the traditional capillary discharge, a bottle-shaped discharge tube is designed. An interesting discharge phenomenon that the discharge state changes from glow discharge to the filamentary streamers along the inner wall of the tube is found when the pressure increases. This may have a promising application prospect for the large-area surface processing.

  • H-shaped Metamaterial Loaded Wideband Spoof Surface Plasmon Polaritons Antenna

    An X-band end-fire antenna based on spoof surface plasmon polaritons (SPPs) is proposed in this paper. A periodic modulated corrugated metallic strips are used as a SPPs transmission line to radiate. The high refractive index metamaterial constituted by H-shaped unit cells is utilized to increase antenna gain. The simulated results show that, by placing the metamaterial unit cells properly, the SSPPs antenna achieves 7.1-10.1 dBi peak gain variation in the frequency range of 8-10GHz with VSWR<;2. The small transverse dimension makes it suitable for designing antenna array in the application of radar and electronic warfare.

  • Spoof Surface Plasmon Polaritons Pattern Reconfigurable Antenna for Wide-Angle Coverage

    A radiation pattern reconfigurable antenna based on spoof surface plasmon polaritons (SSPPs)is proposed in this paper. Two different work patterns - endfire pattern and side radiation pattern - are effectively realized by controlling the status of three PIN diodes. Simulated results show the max gain direction ranges from 45° to 84° in the operating band of 5.1 GHz to 5.8 GHz while the antenna works on the side ejection pattern. And the proposed antenna can also provide an endfire radiation beam within 5 GHz to 5.5 GHz while operating on the other pattern.



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