Review on Design of Frequency Selective Surfaces based on Substrate Integrated Waveguide Technology

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K. K. Varikuntla
R. Singarav

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 The spectacular development of frequency selective surfaces (FSS) as a spatial filter, absorbers and reflectors made them feasible for the aerospace and defence applications. The intervention of substrate integrated waveguide (SIW) technology into FSS results in the improvement of unit cell structures and better performance by isolating them from inter-element interference. Such FSS structures with SIW cavities upholds the FSS properties and improves their selectivity and performance. Considering the diversity in applications of introducing SIW cavity technology into FSS, the aim of this paper is to furnish a study on the glimpse of EM design techniques to analyze this type of structures. Design topologies of narrowing bandwidth, dual resonance, the design of FSS with sharp sideband edges and frequency selective polarization rotating structures are presented. Further, a novel design for improving the bandwidth of reflective FSS is discussed based on SIW technology. Fabrication techniques pertaining to this type of structures are presented in brief.

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Varikuntla, K. K., & Singarav, R. (2018). Review on Design of Frequency Selective Surfaces based on Substrate Integrated Waveguide Technology. Advanced Electromagnetics, 7(5), 101-110. https://doi.org/10.7716/aem.v7i5.751
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