1 August 2000 Design, fabrication, and measurement of frequency-selective surfaces
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Optical Engineering, 39(8), (2000). doi:10.1117/1.1305261
Abstract
This paper describes theoretical analysis, fabrication techniques, and measurement results for frequency-selective surfaces operating in the millimeter and submillimeter wave region. The analysis is based on the method of moments with entire domain basis functions, obtained by the boundary-integral - resonant-mode-expansion method. This method is particularly efficient and applies to the analysis of thick metal screens perforated periodically with arbitrarily shaped apertures. Three fabrication techniques are discussed and applied: photolithographic etching, galvanizing growth, and milling. Prototypes obtained with the different fabrication techniques are presented. Finally, measurements of the frequency response of the prototypes are presented, based on a new spectroscopic tool called terahertz time-domain spectroscopy. In all cases, the measurement data fit very well with the simulations.
Maurizio Bozzi, Luca Perregrini, Jochen Weinzierl, Carsten Winnewisser, "Design, fabrication, and measurement of frequency-selective surfaces," Optical Engineering 39(8), (1 August 2000). http://dx.doi.org/10.1117/1.1305261
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Fabrication

Metals

Copper

FSS based metamaterials

Terahertz spectroscopy

Waveguides

Bandpass filters

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