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Circular polarizer via selective excitation of photonic angular momentum states in metamaterials
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2014-08-02

Abstract

We propose a scheme in realizing a compact circular polarizer by using a metamaterial with a properly designed input meta-surface. This scheme is based on the selective excitation of photonic angular momentum states in a coaxial element array by the symmetry-broken input meta-surface. The topological charge of the excited photonic angular momentum state in the coaxial element determines the handedness of the transmitted light via the orbit-spin conversion of the angular momentum of light. A net circular-polarization generation efficiency of 64.5% for a linearly polarized incidence is demonstrated.

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