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High-selective band-reject FSS with dual-band near-zero refractive index based on complementary dual-layer symmetry resonator-ring

  • Rui Xi (a1), Long Li (a1), Yan Shi (a1), Cheng Zhu (a1) and Xi Chen (a1)...

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A new band-reject frequency-selective surface (FSS) based on dual-band near-zero refractive index metamaterial (ZIM) design is presented in this paper. Consisting of a planar array of complementary dual-layer symmetry resonant ring, the proposed FSS exhibits a high-selective band-reject filtering response. From the viewpoint of effective medium, the subwavelength FSS is characterized by near-zero effective magnetic permeability and near-zero effective electric permittivity in two different operational bands, respectively. The corresponding resonant behavior and E-field distributions are analyzed in detail. A prototype of the proposed FSS working in X-band is fabricated and measured. The simulation and experiment results verify the effectiveness and correctness of the ZIM-based design method.

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Corresponding author: L. Li Email: lilong@mail.xidian.edu.cn

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