This paper discusses a circular loop frequency selective surface (FSS) using a 3-D (three dimensional) printed technique. The proposed FSS design consists of a metallic patch having a circular loop printed on one side of Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene (ABS) material. This design is used for harmonic radar applications at 5 GHz resonant frequency. Various FSS parameters are discussed to show the effect on the resonant frequency. To make fabrication process easier and cost-effective, transmitting and receiving antennas are also printed using a 3-D printing material. 3-D printing offers cost-effective fabrication technique compared with other conventional techniques and helps in rapid prototyping. The fabricated prototype is validated with the experimental results that show good agreement between simulated results and the measured ones.
Rana Pratap Yadav,
"Development of Circular Loop Frequency Selective Surface Using 3-d
Printing Technique," Progress In Electromagnetics Research M,
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