Design and Analysis of a Perfect Metamaterial Absorber for Sub-Terahertz Frequencies

Sabah, Cumali
Wellmann, Thorsten
Voss, Daniel
Zouaghi, Wissem
Roskos, Hartmut G.
A new near-perfect metamaterial absorber (MA) consisting of a square resonator with gaps and cross-wire strips is presented for the sub-terahertz frequency range. A narrow-band response of the proposed MA provides near-perfect absorption (absorbance of 99.23%) at 0.6 THz. In addition, numerical simulations show that the suggested MA could achieve very high absorption over a wide range of angles of incidence at least for transverse magnetic (TM) waves. As a result, the suggested model can be used for numerous potential application areas in defense systems, communications, stealth technologies, and so on.


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C. Sabah, T. Wellmann, D. Voss, W. Zouaghi, and H. G. Roskos, “Design and Analysis of a Perfect Metamaterial Absorber for Sub-Terahertz Frequencies,” 2015, vol. 1722, p. 0, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: