Mirshahram Hosseinipanah

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An artificial magnetic conductor (AMC) which is illuminated by normally incident plane waves has an identical reflection phases for TE and TM polarizations. This paper presents novel methods for designing polarization-dependent AMC (PDAMC) where the reflection phases for both polarizations are not the same. This unique property of PDAMC structures make them(More)
This research introduces an efficient method to obtain three novel frequency selective surface (FSS) slots. The method is based on the modification of Jerusalem cross (JC) slot which is called modified Jerusalem cross (MJC). The modifications of JC slot consist of the element type and geometry, the substrate and superstrate parameters, and inter-element(More)
This paper introduces a novel artificial magnetic conductor which we called it, " 2L-AMC" . The frequency bandwidth and resonance frequency of operation will be changed, if the 2L-AMC is placed normal to plane-wave incidence. All possible combinations of 2L-AMC structures including different thicknesses and permeabilities is considered and simulated with(More)
In this paper we propose an effective method to protect the staff of S-band radars against microwave radiation. A broadband frequency selective surface (FSS) applies to indoor radar environments to reduce the strength of scattered and reflected electromagnetic fields. This FSS has shown proper bandstop characteristics for 3.3 GHz signals while allows 950(More)
This research proposes to utilize square-loop frequency selective surface (FSS) in a radar station to increase the efficiency of communication systems and in the same time protect the staff and people against biological effects of C-band microwave radiation. In a radar station, waves propagate in undetermined directions and different frequency ranges which(More)
This paper introduces different design methodology for artificial magnetic conductor (AMC). A conventional electromagnetic AMC consists of a frequency selective surface (FSS) on top of a thin dielectric substrate with a PEC back plane. In this method as previous research, has been concerned with exploiting the primary resonant frequency .it will be shown(More)
In this paper an improved supervised classification technique through applying a superresolution method on remotely sensed hyperspectral images is introduced. Superresolution methods provide high-resolution images from a sequence of low-resolution frames. In the proposed technique, classification of the hyperspectral image is carried out using spectrally(More)
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