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Author (up) Averkin, A. S.; Shishkin, A. G.; Chichkov, V. I.; Voronov, B. M.; Goltsman, G. N.; Karpov, A.; Ustinov, A. V. openurl 
  Title Tunable frequency-selective surface based on superconducting split-ring resonators Type Conference Article
  Year 2014 Publication 8th Metamaterials Abbreviated Journal 8th Metamaterials  
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  Keywords superconducting split-ring resonators  
  Abstract We study a possibility to use the 2D superconducting metamaterial as a tunable frequency-selective surface (FSS). The proposed FSS is made of sub-wavelength size (l/14) metamaterial unit cells, where a split-ring resonator is embedded in a small iris aperture in a metal plane. The split-ring resonator is made of NbN film, and its resonance frequency is tuned by the temperature of the sample, changing the kinetic inductance of NbN film. The Ansoft HFSS simulation predicts the FSS tuning range of about 10-20 %. The developed superconducting FSS may be used as a tunable band-pass filter or modulator.  
  Address Copenhagen, Denmark  
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  Area Expedition Conference 8th International Congress on Advanced Electromagnetic Materials in Microwaves and Optics – Metamaterials  
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  Call Number Serial 1749  
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