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|Title||Perfect Planar Metamaterial Microwave Absorber at 5.85GHz|
|Title in Arabic||Perfect Planar Metamaterial Microwave Absorber at 5.85GHz|
The research for developing radar absorbing materials (RAM) had been active for a long time. The most challenging task is development of RAM with low density and high strength. Metamaterials, which are a new class of composite structures that exhibit unusual electromagnetic properties, offer lucrative alternative options for designing of RAM. This paper presents the design for a metamaterial absorber (MA) with unity absorbance at 5.85 GHz. Full-wave electromagnetic computer simulations of an ideal—but realizable—MA was performed using the commercial ANSOFT’s High Frequency Structure Simulator (HFSS V13). The unit cell of the metamaterial consists of double V shaped resonators over a dielectric substrate and metallic ground plane on the other side of the substrate.
|Published in||The Fifth International Conference on Engineering and Sustainability (ICES5)|
|Publisher||The Islamic University of Gaza|
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