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Off-axis and multi-directional plasmonic lenses

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We introduce a new class of plasmonic lenses generating one or several free-space beams in arbitrary directions from a point source of surface waves and demonstrate such plasmonic lenses on the facet of semiconductor lasers.

© 2011 Optical Society of America

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