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Analysis and design of planar multi-layered parabolic absorber for low-power applications

Publication Type : Journal Article

Publisher : Electromagnetics

Source : Electromagnetics, Volume 31:6, Number 6, p.448-459 (2011)

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Keywords : Analysis and design, Dielectric materials, Electromagnetic analysis, Impedance transformers, Industrial applications, Low loss, Low Power, Low power application, Material property, Multi-layered, Multi-layered dielectric structure, Multi-section transmission line, Oblique incidence, propagation matrix, Tapered line, Transmission line theory

Campus : Coimbatore

School : School of Engineering

Department : Electronics and Communication

Year : 2011

Abstract : This article presents a detailed electromagnetic analysis of planar multi-layered dielectric structures for low-power industrial applications. Adopting the analogy between the multi-section transmission line transformers and planar multi layered dielectrics, the material properties of each layer are determined. Design of a novel planar multi-layered absorber, namely the parabolic absorber, has been proposed in the article. The transformer is designed using commercially available low-loss dielectric materials for a frequency of 10 GHz. The feasibility of the absorber is analyzed for both normal and oblique incidences. © 2011 Taylor amp; Francis Group, LLC.

Cite this Research Publication : Sa Pandi, Sabarish Narayanan B., and McGinn, V. Pa, “Analysis and design of planar multi-layered parabolic absorber for low-power applications”, Electromagnetics, vol. 31:6, pp. 448-459, 2011.

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