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Phase-compensated metasurface for conformal sectoral beam antennas

Abstract : The in-phase radiation from a conformal metasurface is numerically and experimentally reported. The LC-resonant metasurface is composed of a simultaneously capacitive and an inductive grid constituted by copper strips printed on both sides of a dielectric board. The metasurface is designed to fit a curved surface by modifying its local phase. The latter phase-compensated metasurface is used as a reflector in a conformal Fabry-Perot resonant cavity antenna. Far-field measurements performed on a fabricated prototype allow showing the good performances of such a phase-compensated metasurface in restoring in-phase emissions from the conformal surface and producing a directive emission in the desired direction.
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Dylan Germain, Divitha Seetharamdoo, Shah Nawaz Burokur, Andre Lustrac. Phase-compensated metasurface for conformal sectoral beam antennas. 2014 INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP ON ANTENNA TECHNOLOGY: ``SMALL ANTENNAS, NOVEL EM STRUCTURES AND MATERIALS, AND APPLICATIONS'' (IWAT), 2014, Unknown, Unknown Region. pp.187-190. ⟨hal-01422960⟩



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