Fabric Based Frequency Selective Surfaces Using Weaving and Screen Printing
Authors: Rob D. Seager, Alford Chauraya, Jan Bowman, Matthew Broughton, Rachel Philpott, Nithikul Nimkulrat
peer-reviewed journal article, 2013
Two examples of fabric based frequency selective surfaces (FSSs) are presented. The FSSs are produced by using screen printing and weaving. Both measured and simulated data are presented showing excellent agreement and performance for the FSSs when compared with the simulated data. The performance of these samples points towards a useful screening technique using fabric hangings and wall coverings in a range of applications where temporary electromagnetic wave ingress or egress needs to be controlled.
Suggested Citation: Seager, R.D., Chauraya, A., Bowman, J., Broughton, M., Philpott, R. & Nimkulrat, N. (2013). Fabric Based Frequency Selective Surfaces Using Weaving and Screen Printing. Electronics Letters, 49(24), 1507-1509. DOI: 10.1049/el.2013.2314.