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"Checkerboard Plasma Electromagnetic Surface for Wideband and Wide-Angle Bistatic Radar Cross Section Reduction"by Alireza Ghayekhloo, Majid Afsahi, and Ali A. Orouji
Bistatic radar cross section (RCS) of a metal plate is reduced by an improved checkerboard surface cover. Plasma and metallic frequency selective surfaces are studied analytically to achieve a proper reflection phase interval. More than 140° phase of the reflected wave is obtained as a promising method to reduce the returned wave in the way of incident wave or any other directions. Hence, a checkerboard surface is designed using the concrete numerical and analytical solutions for backscattering cancellation. Monostatic and bistatic cross sections of metal screens are reduced with the designed plasma electromagnetic surface coat. The amount of bistatic (RCS) is analyzed with a valuable equation. Wide frequency band, vast incident wave angles, and different wave polarizations are achieved for the bistatic analysis. Incorporation of plasma dielectric with metal surface, reconfigurable design, and analysis of the bistatic backscattering of the structure are the promising achievements. more...
A PUBLICATION OF THE IEEE NUCLEAR AND PLASMA SCIENCES SOCIETY
|APRIL 2017 | VOLUME 45 | NUMBER 4 | ITPSBD | (ISSN 0093-3813)|
SPECIAL ISSUE ON INVITED AND TUTORIAL PAPERS FROM ICOPS 2016
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Charged Particle Beams and Sources
Industrial, Commercial, and Medical Applications of Plasmas
Pulsed Power Science and Technology
Arcs & MHD
Special Issue on Atmospheric Pressure Plasmas and Their Applications
Special Issue - Selected papers from APSPT9/SPSM28
Special Issue on Plasma Assisted Technologies 2016
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