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Electrical and electronic engineering
Metamaterials is a large family of microwave structures that produces interesting ε and μ conditions with huge implications for numerous electromagnetic applications. Following a description of modern techniques to realize epsilon-negative, mu-negative and double-negative metamaterials, this paper explores recent literature on the use of metamaterials in hot research areas such as metamaterial-inspired microwave components, antenna applications and imaging. This contribution is meant to provide an updated overview of complex microwave engineering for the generation of different types of metamaterials and their application in topical electromagnetic scenarios.
G. Ruvio & G. Leone,(2014) State-of-the-art of Metamaterials: Characterization, Realization and Applications, Studies in Engineering and Technology, vol. 1, issue 2. doi:10.11114/set.v1i2.456
Studies in Engineering and Technology, vol. 1, issue 2, 2014.