FSS-based approach for the power transmission enhancement through electrically small apertures
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Applied Physics A: Materials Science and Processing
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In this paper, a novel approach, based on the employment of frequency selective surfaces, to enhance the power transmission through sub-wavelength apertures at the microwave frequencies is presented. A heuristic interpretation of the phenomenon is given, as well as an analytical model, based on the transmission line network representation. Finally, the performance of the proposed structure is validated through a set of full-wave numerical simulations. © 2011 Springer-Verlag.
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