Low RCS Transmitarray Using Phase Controllabe Rasorber
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- 2021 IEEE International Symposium on Antennas and Propagation and USNC-URSI Radio Science Meeting (APS/URSI), 2022, 00, pp. 161-162
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A phase controllable rasorber, also named as phase controllable absorptive frequency-selective transmission (AFST) surface, is developed in this paper. It is composed of asymmetrical resonators with lumped resistors, achieving an absorption-transmission-absorption response. Compared with other reported rasorbers, the proposed one has an additional feature that is to realize a 1-bit phase change of its element within the transmission band by rotating the element by 90°. A low radar cross section (RCS) transmitarray is designed at 12.5 GHz with a peak realized gain of 24.4 dBi using the developed elements. The 10 dB RCS reduction bandwidths are 18% and 14% for the lower and upper absorption bands, respectively.
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