resonant wavelength

resonant wavelength

[′res·ən·ənt ′wāv‚leŋkth]
(electromagnetism)
The wavelength in free space of electromagnetic radiation having a frequency equal to a natural resonance frequency of a cavity resonator.
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Which means that, the by modifying the radius of rods the resonant wavelength shift have been achieved.
At present, the unit size of metamaterials is approximate 1/10 of the resonant wavelength, and the large size at low frequencies causes the metamaterials unable to use in practice.
For this reason, the external radius can be chosen without the restrictions related to the resonant wavelength [6].
For example, they were able to tune the array to obtain nearly complete darkness at a specific resonant wavelength and angle of incidence.
The resonant wavelength can be modulated by controlling the reference wavelength of the Fibonacci block so the optical thicknesses of its layers.
The plots show that reduction of the rectangular waveguide height decreases slightly the resonant wavelength of the spherical antenna, and a slot length correction is required to ensure maximum radiation.
You can tune the resonant wavelength by changing the particles' size, but only within narrow limits.
Its surface is functionalized to bind the target molecule in which the binding is detected via a resonant wavelength shift.
It was found that the TEM resonant wavelength is approximately 0.
With refractive index variations, the resonant wavelength of the structure will shift.