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This paper outlines a Frequency Selective Surface configuration designed for wideband filtering characteristics. The proposed design topology includes two-layer conductive elements printed on an FR4 substrate with a thickness of 1.6 mm. On the front side, a square loop and four branches are placed, and on the other side of the substrate, there is another square loop supported by two modified vertical arms. The use of square loops as one of the trendy elements in frequency selective designs provides the opportunity to tune the resonances and obtain the desired Performance; The proposed 10 mm × 10 mm frequency selective surface unit cell structure rejects the frequency band of 2-14 GHz covering WiMAX, WLAN, and X band in-service frequency ranges. It has three resonant frequencies and works well in various incident angles. There is a good match between the simulated results and the tested results. Stable frequency response, simple structure, and easy production are useful features of the developed scheme.
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