One-way extraordinary optical transmission and nonreciprocal spoof plasmons
We introduce a concept of a nonreciprocal spoof surface plasmon: an electromagnetic wave supported by a structured conductor embedded in an asymmetric magneto-optical medium and exhibiting a nonreciprocal dispersion. It is demonstrated analytically and by first-principles electromagnetic simulations that, by breaking the time-reversal symmetry, nonreciprocal spoof surface plasmons enable a dramatic optical response: one-way extraordinary optical transmission.
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