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EngiTek 2020, Irbid
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IDAuthors and TitlePages
51.Cnf-17 Mr. Ameer Mubaslat
Mr. Ahmad Al Haj
Prof. Saud Khashan
Simulation assisted leak detection in pressurized systems using machine learning
1-6
51.Cnf-1062 Dr. Aqeed M. Chyad
Dr. Osama Abudayyeh
Dr. Maha Alkasisbeh
A Nonlinear Regression-Based Machine Learning Model for Predicting Concrete Bridge Deck Condition
7-11
47.Cnf-1136 Paper View Page
Title A nano/micro-sphere excited by a subwavelength laser for wireless communications
Authors Mr. Amer Abu Arisheh, Jordan University of Science and Technology, Irbid, Jordan
Dr. Said Mikki, University of New Haven, West Haven, CT, USA
Prof. Nihad Dib, Jordan University of Science and Technology, Irbid, Jordan
Abstract The problem of exciting a nanosphere by an external light has been extensively studied in the literature. In this paper, a far-field simulation and analysis is provided for the problem of a nano/micro-sphere excited by a subwavelength laser (800 nm wavelength) as a part of a wireless communication system. The simulation is done using a full-wave finite-element method based multiphysics solver. Nonparaxial Gaussian beam formulation, which is based on plane wave expansion, is utilized to simulate an accurate subwavelength laser. Evanescent fields are included in the expansion which help in simulating the tightly focused Gaussian beam. The subwavelength laser beam is accurate as it drops to exactly 1/e of its peak at the spot radius distance. The studied sphere is swept from 100 nm to 1000 nm while the subwavelength laser spot radius is swept from 600 nm to 800 nm. The relationship between ratio of scattered power to absorbed power and ratio of subwavelength laser spot radius to sphere radius is discussed in this work. Far-field antenna quantities are calculated and a nano/micro-scale spherical antenna is optimized for optimum sphere radius and subwavelength laser spot radius.
Track NST: Nano Science and Technology
Conference 1st International Conference on Electrical Engineering and Technologies (ElectriTek 2020)
Congress International Congress on Engineering Technologies (EngiTek 2020), 16-18 June 2020 (Remotely), Irbid, Jordan
Pages --1
Topics Nano Communications
Nano Computational Methods
ISSN 2227-331X
DOI
BibTeX @inproceedings{1136EngiTek2020,
title={A nano/micro-sphere excited by a subwavelength laser for wireless communications},
author={Amer Abu Arisheh, and Said Mikki, and Nihad Dib},
booktitle={International Congress on Engineering Technologies (EngiTek 2020)},
year={2020},
pages={--1},
doi={}},
organization={Mosharaka for Research and Studies} }
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