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Chiral Metamaterial Based Microfluidic Sensor
(Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, 2018)
This manuscript focus on developing of new metamaterials sensor based on distinction of different material and purity ratio sample. Unique side of this study is having very clear and sensitive results and presenting new ...
Simulated and experimental verification of the microwave dual-band metamaterial perfect absorber based on square patch with a 45(0) diagonal slot structure
(Taylor and Francis, 2021)
In this paper, we designed a dual band metamaterial perfect absorber (MPA) for Ku band applications. The overall ultrathin layer of proposed absorber consists of square patch with 450 diagonal slot structure within a copper ...
Utilization of a triple hexagonal split ring resonator (SRR) based metamaterial sensor for the improved detection of fuel adulteration
In this work, a triple hexagonal split ring resonator incorporated metamaterial sensor is proposed for the improved detection of fuel adulteration. The proposed metamaterial structure is made of three resonators, acting ...
An ultrathin and dual band metamaterial perfect absorber based on ZnSe for the polarization-independent in terahertz range
In this work, a new metamaterial design is proposed to yield an ultra-thin and dual band metamaterials perfect absorber (MPA) to be operated in the frequency range from 15 to 35 THz. The proposed structure is consisted of ...
A vanadium dioxide-based metamaterial with quatrefoil and circle loaded structure on flexible polyamide substrate for terahertz applications
(Frontiers Media S.A., 2022)
In this study, a novel broadband metamaterial (MTM) absorber is proposed, which is based on vanadium dioxide (VO2) resonators coated onto a flexible polyamide substrate. The VO2 resonator is in the form of a quatrefoil and ...
Simulated and experimental studies of a multi-band symmetric metamaterial absorber with polarization independence for radar applications
(Institute of Physics, 2022)
We develop a simple new design for a multi-band metamaterial absorber (MTMA) for radar applications. Computer Simulation Technology (CST) Studio Suite 2018 was used for the numerical analysis and absorption study. The ...