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Sensitivity of tripole and calthrop fss reflection bands to angle of incidence

Sensitivity of tripole and calthrop fss reflection bands to angle of incidence

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The stability of the transmission response of a tripole FSS as the angle of incidence is increased from 0° to 70° is compared with that for a surface using a three-dimensional version of the element, a calthrop. For TM incidence the drift in frequency of the reflection resonance is 10% for the tripole, but only 2.5% for the calthrop.

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      • S.M.A. Hamdy , E.A. Parker . Influence of lattice geometry on transmission of electromagnetic waves through arrays of crossed dipoles. IEE Proc. H, Microwaves, Opt. & Antennas , 7 - 10 7–10
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