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The Design of Dual Band Stacked Metasurfaces Using Integral Equations

@article{Budhu2021TheDO,
  title={The Design of Dual Band Stacked Metasurfaces Using Integral Equations},
  author={Jordan Budhu and Eric Michielssen and Anthony Grbic},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2021},
  volume={abs/2103.03676}
}
An integral equation-based approach for the design of dual band stacked metasurfaces which are invariant in one-dimension is presented. The stacked metasurface will generate collimated beams at desired angles in each band upon reflection. The conductor-backed stacked metasurface consists of two metasurfaces (a patterned metallic cladding supported by a dielectric spacer) stacked one upon the other. The stacked metasurface is designed in three phases. First the patterned metallic cladding ofโ€ฆย Expand
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