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Spoof surface plasmon enhanced reflection in THz parallel plate waveguides

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Back reflections from the end of a parallel-plate metal waveguide can be enhanced up to 99% at a selected frequency by patterning the output facet. This concept can be used to design resonant waveguide structures.

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