A Polarization Independent Quasi-TEM Metamaterial Absorber for X and Ku Band Sensing Applications
AbstractIn this paper, a dual-band metamaterial absorber (MMA) ring with a mirror reflexed C-shape is introduced for X and Ku band sensing applications. The proposed metamaterial consists of two square ring resonators and a mirror reflexed C-shape, which reveals two distinctive absorption bands in the electromagnetic wave spectrum. The mechanism of the two-band absorber particularly demonstrates two resonance frequencies and absorption was analyzed using a quasi-TEM field distribution. The absorption can be tunable by changing the size of the metallic ring in the frequency spectrum. Design and analysis of the proposed meta-absorber was performed using the finite-integration technique (FIT)-based CST microwave studio simulation software. Two specific absorption peaks value of 99.6% and 99.14% are achieved at 13.78 GHz and 15.3 GHz, respectively. The absorption results have been measured and compared with computational results. The proposed dual-band absorber has potential applications in sensing techniques for satellite communication and radar systems. View Full-Text
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Hoque, A.; Tariqul Islam, M.; Almutairi, A.F.; Alam, T.; Jit Singh, M.; Amin, N. A Polarization Independent Quasi-TEM Metamaterial Absorber for X and Ku Band Sensing Applications. Sensors 2018, 18, 4209.
Hoque A, Tariqul Islam M, Almutairi AF, Alam T, Jit Singh M, Amin N. A Polarization Independent Quasi-TEM Metamaterial Absorber for X and Ku Band Sensing Applications. Sensors. 2018; 18(12):4209.Chicago/Turabian Style
Hoque, Ahasanul; Tariqul Islam, Mohammad; Almutairi, Ali F.; Alam, Touhidul; Jit Singh, Mandeep; Amin, Nowshad. 2018. "A Polarization Independent Quasi-TEM Metamaterial Absorber for X and Ku Band Sensing Applications." Sensors 18, no. 12: 4209.
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