Figure 3 shows an example of the obtained spectrum of [sup.88]Sr for the 2nd (487.4 nm) transition, where the wavelength of the 1st laser at 689.4 nm was locked at the resonant wavelength
. The beam powers of the 1st and 2nd lasers measured at near to the vacuum chamber were 12 mW and 0.2 mW, respectively.
Figure 6 also shows the linear fitting of the resonant wavelength
as a function of the liquid refractive index.
The widths of the dipoles were maintained at a constant 10% of the resonant wavelength
([lambda]) for all frequencies, and due to the finite width, the antennas typically resonated at a total length of 0.41[lambda] rather than 0.5[lambda].
The theoretical principles are detailed, and their analysis is now extended and their sensing ability is further tested by monitoring the changes in the resonant wavelength
peak and transmitted light intensity when the fiber is twisted.
Furthermore, it was shown from the same authors that, in the case of the mentioned nonconductive particles, the resonant wavelength
is 100-1000 times larger than the characteristic size of the investigated nanoparticles .
Which means that, the by modifying the radius of rods the resonant wavelength
shift have been achieved.
When the circumference of the square ring FSS unit is about the resonant wavelength
of the microstrip antenna on board, that is, when wfs = 8.4 mm, the antenna just resonates at 5.8 GHz.
2(c) that when increasing [g.sub.2] from 10 nm to 30 nm, the second resonance sharply decreased and the first resonance is blue-shifted near to the resonant wavelength
of a single bowtie, which shows the importance of the strong coupling between the ring and bowties.
Figure 6 presents the field distributions of the x-y plane at the resonant wavelength
of TP mode.
For this reason, the external radius can be chosen without the restrictions related to the resonant wavelength
For example, they were able to tune the array to obtain nearly complete darkness at a specific resonant wavelength
and angle of incidence.