A linear to circular polarization converter based on Jerusalem-Cross frequency selective surface

@article{Sohail2013ALT,
  title={A linear to circular polarization converter based on Jerusalem-Cross frequency selective surface},
  author={Irfan Sohail and Yogesh Ranga and K. P. Esselle and S. G. Hay},
  journal={2013 7th European Conference on Antennas and Propagation (EuCAP)},
  year={2013},
  pages={2141-2143}
}
In this paper a transmission type polarizer is presented to convert linear polarization to circular polarization. Based on a frequency-selective surface, this polarizer consists of Jerusalem Crosses printed on a RT 5870 substrate. The tuning of inductive arms and capacitive coupling between the unit cells have helped in achieving desired axial-ratio performance for the transmitted wave. The polarizer works at 17.8 GHz and provides the required 90° phase difference between the two orthogonal… CONTINUE READING