Soret lens-antenna based on the fishnet metamaterial

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Title: Soret lens-antenna based on the fishnet metamaterial
Authors: Orazbayev, B
Beruete, M
Pacheco-Pena, V
Crespo, G
Teniente, J
Navarro-Cia, M
Item Type: Conference Paper
Abstract: In this work we present the design, numerical and experimental results for an ultrathin Soret fishnet metamaterial lens working at fexp = 96.45 GHz. The fishnet metamaterial with effective refractive index close to zero (n = -0.06) is introduced on the back side of the classical Soret lens in order to improve its efficiency. The experimental results are in good agreement with simulation results and demonstrate half-wavelength focal length and spot size. In a lens antenna configuration a high gain of 10.64 dB was measured at the operation frequency. The presented lens has a low-cost compact design, and may find applications in integrated lens antenna systems.
Issue Date: 2-Jun-2016
Date of Acceptance: 10-Apr-2016
ISBN: 978-8-8907-0186-3
ISSN: 2164-3342
Publisher: IEEE
Journal / Book Title: Antennas and Propagation (EuCAP), 2016 10th European Conference on
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Sponsor/Funder: Imperial College London
Funder's Grant Number: Junior Research Fellow - Cohort 2012
Conference Name: 10th European Conference on Antennas and Propagation (EuCAP)
Keywords: Science & Technology
Engineering, Electrical & Electronic
Fresnel zone
Publication Status: Published
Start Date: 2016-04-10
Finish Date: 2016-04-15
Conference Place: Davos, SWITZERLAND
Appears in Collections:Physics
Experimental Solid State
Faculty of Natural Sciences

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