Synthesis of Bulk Medium with Negative Permeability Using Ring Resonators

- Journal title : Journal of electromagnetic engineering and science
- Volume 16, Issue 2, 2016, pp.67-73
- Publisher : The Korean Institute of Electromagnetic Engineering and Science
- DOI : 10.5515/JKIEES.2016.16.2.67

Title & Authors

Synthesis of Bulk Medium with Negative Permeability Using Ring Resonators

Kim, Gunyoung; Lee, Bomson;

Kim, Gunyoung; Lee, Bomson;

Abstract

This paper presents simple expressions for the effective permeability of bulk metamaterial consisting of ring resonators (RRs) or split ring resonators (SRRs) based on the convenient geometrical factors of the structure compared with wavelength. The resonant frequency dependence of the medium permeability, including loss effects, is analyzed in detail. Inverting the analysis equations, useful design (or synthesis) equations are derived for a systematic design process with some examples. This paper may particularly be useful for the design of a bulk metamaterial with a specific negative relative permeability at a desired frequency. The loss of metamaterials consisting of RRs (or SRRs) is also analyzed over a wide frequency band from 10 MHz to 10 THz.

Keywords

Design Equation;Effective Medium;Metamaterial;Negative Permeability;Ring Resonator;

Language

English

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