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D. KANCHANA1,* , S. RADHA1, B. S. SREEJA1, E. MANIKANDAN1
- SSN College of Engineering, Chennai – 603110, India
A novel polarization dependent and angle resolved dual band FSS structure with band reject response is discussed in this letter. The proposed single layer FSS functions as a band stop filter with three resonant frequencies 10 GHz, 12.1 GHz, and 17.8 GHz respectively. It works as a shielding component for X and Ku-band operations. In addition, the proposed dual-band FSS is asymmetrical in nature, thereby providing different band stop responses for both TE (Transverse Electric) and TM (Transverse Magnetic) operation modes. It also exhibits highly angular stability for different angles of incidences. The measurement results agree well with the simulation results..
Dual-band, Roger Duroid, Frequency selective surfaces (FSS), Polarization dependent, Shielding.
Submitted at: Oct. 31, 2019
Accepted at: Aug. 18, 2020
D. KANCHANA, S. RADHA, B. S. SREEJA, E. MANIKANDAN, Polarization dependent FSS for X and Ku-band frequency response, Journal of Optoelectronics and Advanced Materials Vol. 22, Iss. 7-8, pp. 365-370 (2020)
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