GRIN

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AcronymDefinition
GRINGermplasm Resources Information Network
GRINGraded Indices
GRINGradient-Index (field in optics)
GRINGraded Index (type of fiber optic)
GRINGreat Images in NASA (website)
GRINGolden Retrievers in Need (Cleveland, OH)
GRINGrand Rapids Information Network (TV station)
GRINGrand River Information Network (Canada)
GRINGreek Inventory
GRINGenetics, Robotics, Information & Nanotechnology
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Jing, "Asymmetric acoustic transmission through near-zero-index and gradient-index metasurfaces," Applied Physics Letters, vol.
Cui, "Experiments on high-performance beam-scanning antennas made of gradient-index metamaterials," Applied Physics Letters, vol.
They cover effective medium theory, artificial particles: "man-made atoms" or "meta-atoms," homogeneous metamaterials: super crystals, random metamaterials: super noncrystals, inhomogeneous metamaterials: super quasicrystals, gradient-index inhomogeneous metamaterials, nearly isotropic inhomogeneous metamaterials, and anisotropic inhomogeneous metamaterials.
Made by graded photonic crystal, the gradient-index lens can lead to high gain and low sidelobes with this lens placed inside a horn antenna [5].
Southwell, "Gradient-index antireflection coatings," Optics Letters, vol.
The cloak, designed by Cheng Sun, assistant professor of mechanical engineering at Northwestern's McCormick School of Engineering and Applied Science, uses micro fabricated gradient-index materials to manipulate the reflection and refraction of light.
Our patented endoGRINS[R] gradient-index lenses are built into our exclusive line of Hawkeye[R] Rigid Precision Borescopes.
Among the systems covered over the course of 43 chapters are telephoto lenses, eyepieces, afocal optical systems, periscope systems, enlarging and copying lenses, projection lenses, wedge-plate and rotary-prism cameras, optically and mechanically compensated zoom lenses, copy lenses with variable magnification, gradient-index lenses, spectrographic systems, and diffractive systems.
This employs small optical components such as gradient-index lenses and mirrors to reflect light around the bend.
It consists of a small laser, a gradient-index (GRIN) lens, a beamsplitter, and a reference element.