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DESIGN OF A TRIPLE BAND NOTCHED COMPACT FSS AT UWB FREQUENCY RANGE

By K. Katoch, N. Jaglan, and S. D. Gupta

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Abstract:
This article presents a bandstop Frequency Selective Surface (FSS) prototype based on square split ring resonators (SSRRs) and a square loop (SL) structure for Ultra Wide Band (UWB) frequency range. Triple band notches are obtained at WiMAX (3.3-3.6 GHz), WLAN (5-6 GHz) and Satellite communication X-band (7.2-8.4 GHz). To make this proposed design work as a band-stop filter, two SSRRs are positioned at the top layer of the substrate to resonate at WiMAX and WLAN frequency band respectively. A single SL is located at the bottom of the substrate that resonates at Satellite communication X-band. Attenuation more than 20 dB is observed at all notched frequencies. An angular stability from 0˚ to 40˚ is obtained. Compact size, simple structure, low cost material, single layer, easy fabrication, and wide coverage are some of the feathers of this proposed FSS. The dimension of proposed unit cell of FSS is 10x10 mm2.

Citation:
K. Katoch, N. Jaglan, and S. D. Gupta, "Design of a Triple Band Notched Compact FSS at UWB Frequency Range," Progress In Electromagnetics Research M, Vol. 87, 147-157, 2019.
doi:10.2528/PIERM19091103

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