A New Compact Octagonal Shape Perfect Metamaterial Absorber for Microwave Applications
AbstractA new compact octagonal shape perfect metamaterial absorber (PMA) design, numerical simulation, fabrication, and investigational verification of unit cell that is based on a simple structure are presented in this paper. The suggested structure comprised of three layers, in which interact to produce the plasmonic resonances. The finite-integration technique (FIT) based Computer Simulation Technology (CST) microwave electromagnetic simulator was utilized to examine the design parameters and conduct absorption analysis. The design structure exhibited peak absorption values as 99.64% and 99.95% at frequencies 8.08 GHz and 11.41 GHz, respectively. The absorption characteristics were analysed using the polarization angle of the structure, layer thickness, PMA with resistive load, and number of rings. An N5227A vector network analyser was used for the measurement. The measured results of the fabricated prototype were in good agreement with the simulation results. The suggested perfect absorber structure enables innumerable application aimed at X-band for applications like, defence, security, and stealth technology. View Full-Text
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Hossain, M.J.; Faruque, M.R.I.; Islam, M.T.; Mat, K.B. A New Compact Octagonal Shape Perfect Metamaterial Absorber for Microwave Applications. Appl. Sci. 2017, 7, 1263.
Hossain MJ, Faruque MRI, Islam MT, Mat KB. A New Compact Octagonal Shape Perfect Metamaterial Absorber for Microwave Applications. Applied Sciences. 2017; 7(12):1263.Chicago/Turabian Style
Hossain, Mohammad J.; Faruque, Mohammad R.I.; Islam, Mohammad T.; Mat, Kamarulzaman B. 2017. "A New Compact Octagonal Shape Perfect Metamaterial Absorber for Microwave Applications." Appl. Sci. 7, no. 12: 1263.
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