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Dispersion diagram of surface plasmon polaritons from angular transmission investigation

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Abstract

A novel, to the best of our knowledge, methodology based on the combination of experimental measurements and simulations of the wave transmission through a metasurface at different angles is presented, enabling us to identify the fundamental and first high-order mode of spoof surface plasmon polaritons (SSPPs) excited in the terahertz regime. The approach offers a new way, an alternative to standard near field imaging, to trace out the presence of SSPPs on a metal-dielectric interface.

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