|Title||Partial focusing by indefinite complementary metamaterials|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||2008|
|Authors||Cheng, Q., Liu R. P., Mock J. J., Cui T. J., and Smith D. R.|
|Journal Title||Physical Review B|
We have experimentally realized a two-dimensional partial focusing within a planar waveguide using complementary indefinite metamaterials. When the electric fields emitted from the dipole are TE polarized, the focusing condition requires negative magnetic response in the propagation direction of the waveguide, which can be achieved by the complementary electric resonator (CELC) structures. We have carefully designed the experimental configurations and the dimensions for the CELC structures. The experimental result is consistent with the theoretical prediction, which validates the partial focusing phenomenon.