Optical properties ([[lambda].sub.max] and [[lambda].sub.cald]) of a locked CC-CBP-2VP film at different

incident angles. [theta] (degree) 90 70 60 50 40 [[lambda].sub.max] (nm) 572 541 521 496 473 [[lambda].sub.cald] (nm) 563 547 527 501 472 TABLE 2.

In other words, the cutoff wavelength should be stabilized at a fixed wavelength (In our design, the cut-off wavelength selected is 2 [micro]m) without excessive bias when the

incident angle changes, ensuring that the incident light can be absorbed completely.

Caption: Figure 6: Reflected phase responses versus element rotation angle under multiple

incident angles at 12.5 GHz.

In addition, the partial feature results under uniform and spatially varying seismic ground motions, that is, the lateral [d.sub.max] at Z = 100 m, 300 m, 500 m, 700 m, and 900 m with

incident angles of 0[degrees], 30[degrees], 45[degrees], 60[degrees], and 90[degrees] can be found in Tables 3 and 4.

[theta] and [theta]' represent the

incident angle of incident light L and L in a vertical plane.

The range of pressure varies from zero to the limit pressure (return flow) and by varying the

incident angle from 0[degrees] to 15[degrees] with 5[degrees] increment.

In Figure 6, we present retrieved results of the real part of effective index for both polarizations at 30-degree

incident angle. The plane of incidence is the y-z plane, and the

incident angle is defined by the angle between the z-axis and the wave vector k.

Here [[epsilon].sub.0] is the permittivity of vacuum space, [[mu].sub.0] is the permeability of vacuum space, [omega] is angle frequency, [[epsilon].sub.r1] and [[epsilon].sub.r2] are relative permittivity, [[sigma].sub.1] and [[sigma].sub.2] are electrical conductivity, [[theta].sub.i] is

incident angle, and [[theta].sub.t] is refraction angle.

[12,13] reported that the

incident angle had a significant influence on the performance of square cylinders.

As the illuminance source

incident angle increases, the interference filter characteristics will change.

This happens because at larger

incident angles, more and more of the incident rays beams start to escape from the RTP in an undesirable direction.