Metamaterial prism illumination with Gaussian beam
Fig. 3. Envelope in logarithmic scale of the Poynting vector in the prism
Fig. 2. Permittivity (permeability) of the metamaterial
In this example we want to present one of the interesting applications of Gaussian beam to the analysis of left handed materials (LHM), usually called metamaterials. For that purpose, we have prepared the example prism.pro that introduces a triangular prism composed of LHM with the Drude dispersive model applied for both electric and magnetic material properties.