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  • You certainly can measure EM radiation sub-wavelength.

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  • But in 1996 to 1999, the British physicist John Pendry showed that a sub-wavelength wire and ring array should have just the properties needed to produce a left-handed medium with a negative index of refraction.

    Analog Science Fiction and Fact

  • Although the first metamaterials were photonic (i.e. artificially fabricated, sub-wavelength, periodic structures, designed to interact with optical frequencies) and acoustic (i.e. artificially fabricated materials designed to control, direct, and manipulate sound), the idea may be extended to the mechanical properties of materials defining mechanical metamaterials as artificially fabricated structures designed to achieve unusual mechanical properties.

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  • To address that effectively, PalmettoNet selected Ciena's CN 4200 ROADM because it delivers true multi-degree optical switching functionality combined with granular sub-wavelength grooming to maximize bandwidth utilization while increasing service flexibility.

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  • They also feature Canon's latest sub-wavelength structure coating (SWC) for the minimization of flare and ghosting, high-precision aspherical front elements to keep distortion to a minimum and multiple UD elements to reduce chromatic aberration.

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  • "We have successfully carried out an experimental demonstration of an acoustic hyperlens that magnifies sub-wavelength objects by gradually converting evanescent waves into propagating waves," said Xiang Zhang, a principal investigator with Berkeley Lab's Materials Sciences Division and director of the Nano-scale Science and Engineering Center at the University of California, Berkeley.

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  • The two functionalities are realized by sculpting on the laser facet metallic structures consisting of sub-wavelength size apertures and multiple sets of gratings with different periods.

    Nano Tech Wire

  • "Our acoustic hyperlens achieves deep sub-wavelength resolution with low-loss over a broad frequency bandwidth," claimed Xiang Zhang, principal investigator at Berkeley Lab's Materials Sciences Division.

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  • "We have successfully carried out an experimental demonstration of an acoustic hyperlens that magnifies sub-wavelength objects by gradually converting evanescent waves into propagating waves," said Xiang Zhang, who led the study.

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  • The meta-screen is the first sub-wavelength focusing technique capable of being scaled to any arbitrary wavelength, thereby offering unprecedented levels of resolution and flexibility for imaging and sensing apparatuses involving electromagnetic waves, such as radio waves for medical diagnostics or light for optical microscopy.

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