Design and analysis of a wide angle impedance matching metasurface for wideband antenna arrays
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- IET Conference Publications, 2018, 2018 (CP741)
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© Institution of Engineering and Technology.All Rights Reserved. A wide bandwidth, low profile, double sided, wide angle impedance matching metasurface is reported. It alleviates the well-known problem of impedance mismatch caused by mutual coupling when an array is in its scan mode. Each unit cell of the metasurface contains two multi-resonant, tightly-coupled unequal arm Jerusalem cross elements on the top and bottom sides of a thin substrate. Each element consists of two orthogonal capacitively loaded strips. The wide bandwidth of the metasurface is achieved by tightly coupling these multi-resonant elements. The metasurface is capable of facilitating wide angle scanning over a 6:1 impedance bandwidth without the need for bulky dielectrics or multi-layered structures.
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