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A nonreciprocal, magnetic metasurface
  • Kazuhiro Takahagi,
  • Alan Tennant
Kazuhiro Takahagi
The University of Sheffield

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Alan Tennant
The University of Sheffield
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Abstract

Non-reciprocal metasurfaces have recently attracted significant attention due to their ability to control electromagnetic waves in unprecedented ways. In this study, we propose a novel, non-reciprocal metasurface that utilizes a combination of magnetic materials and electrical conductors to achieve non-reciprocity to plane wave illumination at microwave frequencies. Experimental results demonstrate that the metasurface achieves an isolation characteristic of at least 15 dB at 6.5 GHz.