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Kerker Effect with Hybridized Radiofrequency Resonators

Abstract : A set of hybridized resonators is used to achieve efficient and tunable far field scattering control in the radiofrequency range. We demonstrate theoretically a full overlap between the electric dipolar and magnetic dipolar resonances of the meta-atom. This interaction is precisely tuned to reach the so-called Kerker scattering conditions when illuminated by a plane wave. Future work will tackle the illumination from a near field distributed source as the final goal of this study is to insert this element to control the radiofrequency electromagnetic field within a MRI birdcage coil.
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Marc Dubois, Redha Abdeddaim, Stefan Enoch. Kerker Effect with Hybridized Radiofrequency Resonators. 2018 IEEE Radio and Antenna Days of the Indian Ocean (RADIO), Oct 2018, Grand Port, Mauritius. pp.1-2, ⟨10.23919/RADIO.2018.8572359⟩. ⟨hal-02471914⟩



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