Invisibility cloaking without superluminal propagation
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Conventional cloaking based on Euclidean transformation optics requires that the speed of light should tend to infinity on the inner surface of the cloak. Non-Euclidean cloaking still needs media with superluminal propagation. Here we show by giving an example that this is no longer necessary.
Perczel , J , Tyc , T & Leonhardt , U 2011 , ' Invisibility cloaking without superluminal propagation ' New Journal of Physics , vol 13 , 083007 . DOI: 10.1088/1367-2630/13/8/083007
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