Artificial Magnetic Conductors/High-Impedance Surfaces


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Artificial Magnetic Conductors/High-Impedance Surfaces
10105011030300Artificial Magnetic Conductors/High-Impedance SurfacesVictor C. Sanchez and Jodie M. Bell
Introduction An artificial magnetic conductor (AMC) sometimes referred-to as a high-impedance surface (HIS)—is a lossless reactive surface—typically realized as a printed circuit board. The basic construct, often called the Sievenpiper "mushroom" structure [1], consists of low-profile metallic inclusions placed periodically on a grounded dielectric slab as shown in Fig. 4-1.…
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Frank B. Gross: Frontiers in Antennas: Next Generation Design & Engineering. Artificial Magnetic Conductors/High-Impedance Surfaces, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2011), AccessEngineering Export