In a collaboration between Thales Naval Nederland and the Eindhoven University of Technology, a numerical approach is being developed for the analysis and design of frequency selective surfaces. By choosing a modular approach, we hope to obtain sufficient flexibility in the choice of the configuration. Multiple metallization layers as well as piecewise homogeneous and/or continuously stratified plane substrates can be handled. At the time of submission of this manuscript, the first numerical results were being generated and compared with experimental results. Therefore, we restrict ourselves to the general approach. Details of the implementation and representative results will be discussed at the conference. To keep the discussion tractable, we first consider a single metal layer on top of a layered dielectric substrate, and defer the generalization to multiple metal layers until the end of the paper.
|Titel||Proceedings 24th ESTEC Antenna Workshop on Innovative Periodic Antennas (Noordwijk, The Netherlands, May 31-June 1,2001)|
|Plaats van productie||Noordwijk|
|Uitgeverij||European Space Agency|
|Status||Gepubliceerd - 2001|
|Evenement||conference; 24th ESTEC Antenna Workshop; 2001-05-30; 2001-06-01 - |
Duur: 30 mei 2001 → 1 jun 2001
|Congres||conference; 24th ESTEC Antenna Workshop; 2001-05-30; 2001-06-01|
|Periode||30/05/01 → 1/06/01|
|Ander||24th ESTEC Antenna Workshop|
Morsink, B. J., Rienstra, S. W., & Tijhuis, A. G. (2001). Modeling frequency selective surfaces with multiple metallization and continuously layered dielectric substrates. In Proceedings 24th ESTEC Antenna Workshop on Innovative Periodic Antennas (Noordwijk, The Netherlands, May 31-June 1,2001) (blz. 163-167). European Space Agency.