EMC ’ 04 / Sendai DEVELOPMENT OF A THIN , WAVE-ABSORBING GLASS USING DIVIDED CONDUCTIVE FILMS

@inproceedings{Yamanaka2004EMC0,
  title={EMC ’ 04 / Sendai DEVELOPMENT OF A THIN , WAVE-ABSORBING GLASS USING DIVIDED CONDUCTIVE FILMS},
  author={K. Yamanaka and Kenichi Harakawa and Michihiro MASAKAGE and M. Togashi and Y. Hashimoto},
  year={2004}
}
We have developed a thin, transparent, wave-absorbing glass using divided conductive films (DCF). The glass absorbs 5.8GHz waves and is designed for use in ETC/ DSRC tollgates. This paper introduces a design process that comprises FEM simulation and measurement of absorption performance. The distinctive stability of the absorption peak frequency at various incident angles is also shown. In addition, the scattering patterns of the DCF absorber under conditions of oblique incidence are simulated.