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Computer model for calculating the frequency-selective surface by the method of equivalent electrical circuits

Authors: Danilchev I.Yu.
Published in issue: #5(58)/2021
DOI: 10.18698/2541-8009-2021-5-700


Category: Informatics, Computer Engineering and Control | Chapter: System Analysis, Control, and Information Processing

Keywords: transmission coefficient, method of equivalent electrical circuits, periodic structure, decoupling of the receiving and transmitting channels, resonance, frequency-selective surface, S-parameters, equivalent two-termina
Published: 03.06.2021

The paper contains a brief description of methodology for calculating the elements of frequency-selective surfaces (FSS) by the method of equivalent electrical circuits (EEC), implemented in the MATLAB software package. The technique gives results acceptable for engineering calculations for simple FSS elements, which can be refined by experimental testing. The technique is implemented on a regular laptop with the MATLAB software package and practically does not require computer time. To use the widely advertised software packages FEKO, HFSS, CST Microwave Studio, etc., it is necessary to have specialized computing equipment and large expenditures of computer time, but the results are more accurate, which avoids additional experimental testing. It is possible to reduce the cost of computer time for software package calculations when using the results of calculating the electrical characteristics of the FSS using the proposed method as the initial conditions.


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