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Extraordinary transmission technique for microwave antenna applications

Author:
Sarin, V. P.  Jayakrishnan, M. P.  Aanandan, C. K.  Mohanan, P.  Vasudevan, K.  


Journal:
JOURNAL OF PHYSICS D-APPLIED PHYSICS


Issue Date:
2016


Abstract(summary):

The extraordinary optical transmission (EOT) through an array of holes in a metal plate has been a constant source of inspiration for researchers for over a decade (Ebbesen et al 1998 Nature 391 667-9). In this paper, an EOT analogue is proposed in the microwave frequency range for enhancing the radiation performance of a stacked dipole antenna. It is observed that the back radiated power of the antenna is considerably reduced and the reason behind transmission enhancement is the excitation of Fabry-Perot resonant modes on the slit loaded aperture. Computational analysis based on finite difference time domain is performed for identifying the true reason behind resonant transmission enhancement.


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