Artificial transmission lines for high sensitive microwave sensors

@article{Damm2009ArtificialTL,
  title={Artificial transmission lines for high sensitive microwave sensors},
  author={Christian Damm and Martin Schussler and Margarita Puentes and Holger Maune and Matthias Maasch and Rolf Jakoby},
  journal={2009 IEEE Sensors},
  year={2009},
  pages={755-758}
}
Two common and two new unit cells for artificial lines made of four reactive elements are studied concerning their sensitivity to capacitive changes and their applicability as capacitive sensors. It is shown that selection of the unit cell is very important and can highly influence the sensitivity. The shown principle is very powerful and can be scaled up to THz frequencies, only limited by available fabrication technology. A built planar differential microwave sensor based on artificial lines… CONTINUE READING
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