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Equivalent transmission line model with a lumped X-Circuit for a metalayer made of pairs of planar conductors

  • Author(s): Capolino, F
  • Vallecchi, A
  • Albani, M
  • et al.
Abstract

We present an equivalent X-shaped lumped circuit network to be interposed in the transmission line (TL) modelling reflection and transmission through a recently proposed metalayer in planar technology. The metalayer consists of arrayed pairs of planar conductors that support two main resonant modes, corresponding to either a symmetric or an antisymmetric current distribution in the pairs. The antisymmetric mode is associated with artificial magnetism. We show that reflection and transmission features of a metalayer are accurately predicted by this simple but effective TL model. We also make a clear distinction for the first time between transmission peaks and resonance frequencies, and their relations are investigated in detail. This paper clearly defines the concept of magnetic resonance and identifies the analytical conditions corresponding to total reflection and transmission through a metalayer made of pairs of conductors supporting symmetric and antisymmetric modes. © 2012 IEEE.

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