Figure 2(b) shows the electric field intensity of the cross-polarized transmitted wave
under normal x-polarized THz wave incidence (horizontally polarized state), which clearly proves that the electric field intensity reaches the peak at 4.36 mm away from the interface of the metalens.
The tunneling time scales considered in [23, 28, 31] involve taking an average over the spectral components of the transmitted wave
packet and, thus, obscure the interpretation of the resulting average time.
At the contact surfaces S/O (surface S is of the input side and surface O is of the output side, respectively, as shown in Figure 1(b)), where j = N, the transmitted wave
[v.sub.T] (t) is
Polarizer is a kind of polarization control device which is used to convert an incident wave with a given polarization to a reflected or transmitted wave
with a different polarization, and it can be realized in different ways.
where [mathematical expression not reproducible] are respectively the reflection and transmission coefficients associated with reflected and transmitted waves
of modes [mathematical expression not reproducible] are respectively the reflection and transmission coefficients associated with reflected and transmitted wave
of mode [[lambda].sub.2] due to incident wave of mode [[lambda].sub.2].
Time averaged Umov-Poynting vector is defined as acoustic intensity by Ainslie and Burns  when discussing the energyofreflected wave and transmitted wave
at the interface of solid.
However, in accordance with the solution of Maxwell's equations, there is a transmitted wave
in the anisotropic medium.
The intensity of the transmitted wave
was expressed as follows:
The transmitted wave
is eventually reflected at the back surface.
The shift and delay of the reflected and transmitted wave
packets will be considered with respect to the corresponding parameters of the incident packet:
The ellipticity angle ([eta]) and polarization azimuth rotation angle ([theta]) of the transmitted wave
were calculated according to above equations, respectively, and results are shown in Figs.