A Transmissive all-dielectric metasurface-based nanoantenna array for selectively manipulation of thermal radiation
In this study, a wavelength-selective thermal nanoantenna emitter based on metamaterial design with heat radiation signature management and radiative cooling property is proposed. The design can be considered as a multifunctional window by reducing the heat signature and releasing the heat energy within the non-atmospheric window. The approach relies on the indium tin oxide cubic-shaped unit cell coated on a flexible and transparent substrate (polystyrene). The spectral behaviors of the proposed structure are obtained using the finite difference time domain method, where the power calculation model is utilized to demonstrate the radiative cooling efficiency and low power detection on infrared cameras.