Design of Security Paper with Selective Frequency Reflection Characteristics
AbstractIn this research, a security paper based on frequency selective structure technologies was designed and fabricated using selective wave reflection characteristics to prevent the offline leakage of confidential documents. Document leakage detection systems using security papers detect security papers using transceiving antenna gates. For the application of such systems, the structure must be designed with excellent reflection performance and stability at the angle of incidence. For this purpose, a loop and patch-type frequency selective structure based on a four-legged element structure was designed to have X-band frequency reflection characteristics. This design was based on optimized variables and was realized through the screen printing method using silver ink on A4 paper. It was verified that both the design and simulation results matched well. To verify its actual applicability, a detector module operable at 10 GHz was manufactured to observe both the security paper detection range in relation to distance with a signal strength of −10 dBm and the detection area in relation to the number of times that the security paper had been folded. View Full-Text
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Lee, S.-H.; Kim, M.-S.; Kim, J.-K.; Hong, I.-P. Design of Security Paper with Selective Frequency Reflection Characteristics. Sensors 2018, 18, 2263.
Lee S-H, Kim M-S, Kim J-K, Hong I-P. Design of Security Paper with Selective Frequency Reflection Characteristics. Sensors. 2018; 18(7):2263.Chicago/Turabian Style
Lee, Sang-Hwa; Kim, Min-Sik; Kim, Jong-Kyu; Hong, Ic-Pyo. 2018. "Design of Security Paper with Selective Frequency Reflection Characteristics." Sensors 18, no. 7: 2263.
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