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Pseudo-Waveform-Selective Metasurfaces and their Limited Performance (2020)
Journal Article
Nakasha, T., Phang, S., & Wakatsuchi, H. (2021). Pseudo-Waveform-Selective Metasurfaces and their Limited Performance. Advanced Theory and Simulations, 4(1), https://doi.org/10.1002/adts.202000187

Abstract In recent years, metasurfaces composed of lumped circuit components, including nonlinear Schottky diodes, have been reported to be capable of sensing particular electromagnetic waves even at the same frequency depending on their waveforms, o... Read More about Pseudo-Waveform-Selective Metasurfaces and their Limited Performance.

Efficient Statistical Model for Predicting Electromagnetic Wave Distribution in Coupled Enclosures (2020)
Journal Article
Ma, S., Phang, S., Drikas, Z., Addissie, B., Hong, R., Blakaj, V., …Anlage, S. M. (2020). Efficient Statistical Model for Predicting Electromagnetic Wave Distribution in Coupled Enclosures. Physical Review Applied, 14(1), https://doi.org/10.1103/physrevapplied.14.014022

The random coupling model (RCM) has been successfully applied to predicting the statistics of currents and voltages at ports in complex electromagnetic (EM) enclosures operating in the short-wavelength limit. Recent studies have extended the RCM to s... Read More about Efficient Statistical Model for Predicting Electromagnetic Wave Distribution in Coupled Enclosures.

Near-Field MIMO Communication Links (2018)
Journal Article
Phang, S., Ivrlac, M. T., Gradoni, G., Creagh, S. C., Tanner, G., & Nossek, J. A. (2018). Near-Field MIMO Communication Links. IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems I: Regular Papers, 65(9), 3027-3036. https://doi.org/10.1109/tcsi.2018.2796305

© 2004-2012 IEEE. A procedure to achieve near-field multiple input multiple output (MIMO) communication with equally strong channels is demonstrated in this paper. This has applications in near-field wireless communications, such as Chip-to-Chip (C2C... Read More about Near-Field MIMO Communication Links.

Theory and numerical modelling of parity-time symmetric structures in photonics: boundary integral equation for coupled microresonator structures (2017)
Book Chapter
Phang, S., Vukovic, A., Gradoni, G., Sewell, P., Benson, T. M., & Creagh, S. C. (2017). Theory and numerical modelling of parity-time symmetric structures in photonics: boundary integral equation for coupled microresonator structures. In Recent Trends in Computational Photonics. Springer Nature

The spectral behaviour and the real-time operation of Parity-Time (PT) symmetric coupled resonators are investigated. A Boundary Integral Equation (BIE) model is developed to study these structures in the frequency domain. The impact of realistic gai... Read More about Theory and numerical modelling of parity-time symmetric structures in photonics: boundary integral equation for coupled microresonator structures.

Theory and numerical modelling of parity-time symmetric structures in photonics: introduction and grating structures in one dimension (2017)
Book Chapter
Phang, S., Benson, T. M., Susanto, H., Creagh, S. C., Gradoni, G., Sewell, P. D., & Vukovic, A. (in press). Theory and numerical modelling of parity-time symmetric structures in photonics: introduction and grating structures in one dimension. In T. M. Benson, A. Agrawal, R. De La Rue, & G. Wurtz (Eds.), Recent trends in computational photonics. Springer Nature. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-55438-9_6

A class of structures based on PT PT-symmetric Bragg gratings in the presence of both gain and loss is studied. The basic concepts and properties of parity and time reversal in one-dimensional structures that possess idealised material properties are... Read More about Theory and numerical modelling of parity-time symmetric structures in photonics: introduction and grating structures in one dimension.

Localized single frequency lasing states in a finite parity-time symmetric resonator chain (2016)
Journal Article
Phang, S., Vukovic, A., Creagh, S. C., Sewell, P., Gradoni, G., & Benson, T. M. (2016). Localized single frequency lasing states in a finite parity-time symmetric resonator chain. Scientific Reports, 6, https://doi.org/10.1038/srep20499

In this paper a practical case of a finite periodic Parity Time chain made of resonant dielectric cylinders is considered. The paper analyzes a more general case where PT symmetry is achieved by modulating both the real and imaginary part of the mate... Read More about Localized single frequency lasing states in a finite parity-time symmetric resonator chain.

Parity-time symmetric coupled microresonators with a dispersive gain/loss (2015)
Journal Article
Phang, S., Vukovic, A., Creagh, S. C., Benson, T. M., Sewell, P. D., & Gradoni, G. (2015). Parity-time symmetric coupled microresonators with a dispersive gain/loss. Optics Express, 23(9), 11493-11507. https://doi.org/10.1364/oe.23.011493

The paper reports on the coupling of Parity-Time (PT)-symmetric whispering gallery resonators with realistic material and gain/loss models. Response of the PT system is analyzed for the case of low and high material and gain dispersion, and also for... Read More about Parity-time symmetric coupled microresonators with a dispersive gain/loss.

A versatile all-optical parity-time signal processing device using a Bragg grating induced using positive and negative Kerr-nonlinearity (2015)
Journal Article
Phang, S., Vukovic, A., Benson, T. M., Susanto, H., & Sewell, P. (2015). A versatile all-optical parity-time signal processing device using a Bragg grating induced using positive and negative Kerr-nonlinearity. Optical and Quantum Electronics, 47(1), https://doi.org/10.1007/s11082-014-0012-2

The properties of gratings with Kerr nonlinearity and PT symmetry are investigated in this paper. The impact of the gain and loss saturation on the response of the grating is analysed for different input intensities and gain/loss parameters. Potentia... Read More about A versatile all-optical parity-time signal processing device using a Bragg grating induced using positive and negative Kerr-nonlinearity.