Thin Microwave Quasi-Transparent Phase-Shifting Surface (PSS)

@article{Gagnon2010ThinMQ,
  title={Thin Microwave Quasi-Transparent Phase-Shifting Surface (PSS)},
  author={Nicolas Gagnon and Aldo Petosa and D. A. McNamara},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation},
  year={2010},
  volume={58},
  pages={1193-1201}
}
A thin phase-shifting surface is described that consists of three metallic and two dielectric layers. The metallic layers consist of conducting shapes, which are tuned to introduce the desired phase shift on an incident wave, while maintaining a very high amplitude of transmission coefficient. Such a quasi-transparent surface is then applied to phase-correcting devices and their operation validated experimentally. 
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