The Design and Analysis of a Novel Split-H-Shaped Metamaterial for Multi-Band Microwave Applications
AbstractThis paper presents the design and analysis of a novel split-H-shaped metamaterial unit cell structure that is applicable in a multi-band frequency range and that exhibits negative permeability and permittivity in those frequency bands. In the basic design, the separate split-square resonators are joined by a metal link to form an H-shaped unit structure. Moreover, an analysis and a comparison of the 1 × 1 array and 2 × 2 array structures and the 1 × 1 and 2 × 2 unit cell configurations were performed. All of these configurations demonstrate multi-band operating frequencies (S-band, C-band, X-band and Ku-band) with double-negative characteristics. The equivalent circuit model and measured result for each unit cell are presented to validate the resonant behavior. The commercially available finite-difference time-domain (FDTD)-based simulation software, Computer Simulation Technology (CST) Microwave Studio, was used to obtain the reflection and transmission parameters of each unit cell. This is a novel and promising design in the electromagnetic paradigm for its simplicity, scalability, double-negative characteristics and multi-band operation. View Full-Text
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Islam, S.S.; Faruque, M.R.I.; Islam, M.T. The Design and Analysis of a Novel Split-H-Shaped Metamaterial for Multi-Band Microwave Applications. Materials 2014, 7, 4994-5011.
Islam SS, Faruque MRI, Islam MT. The Design and Analysis of a Novel Split-H-Shaped Metamaterial for Multi-Band Microwave Applications. Materials. 2014; 7(7):4994-5011.Chicago/Turabian Style
Islam, Sikder S.; Faruque, Mohammad R.I.; Islam, Mohammad T. 2014. "The Design and Analysis of a Novel Split-H-Shaped Metamaterial for Multi-Band Microwave Applications." Materials 7, no. 7: 4994-5011.