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CAN MAXWELL'S FISH EYE LENS REALLY GIVE PERFECT IMAGING?
Both explicit analysis and FEM numerical simulation are used to analyze the field distribution of a line current in the so-called Maxwell's fish eye lens [bounded with a perfectly electrical conductor (PEC) boundary]. We show that such a 2D Maxwell's fish eye lens cannot give perfect imaging due to the fact that high order modes of the object field can hardly reach the image point in Maxwell's fish eye lens. If only zeroth order mode is excited, a good image of a sharp object may be achieved indoi:10.2528/pier10091003 fatcat:lbc7adzstncznchikb225h5d5q