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Concatenating individual diffusers to form larger ones narrows their diffusion patterns into specific directions. A solution is proposed using the modulation of two orthogonal diffusion structures with binary sequences to achieve the desired diffusion pattern. The technique results in large-area diffusion structures which do not suffer from having narrowed diffusion patterns. They also have an extended frequency range and can be implemented easily using existing diffusers.
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