Multi-band polarization independent cylindrical metamaterial absorber and sensor application

Dincer, Furkan
Colak, Sule
Sabah, Cumali
A multi-band perfect metamaterial absorber (MA) based on a cylindrical waveguide with polarization independency is numerically presented and investigated in detail. The proposed absorber has a very simple configuration, and it operates at flexible frequency ranges within the microwave frequency regime by simply tuning the dimensions of the structure. The maximum absorption values are obtained as 99.9%, 97.5%, 85.8%, 68.2% and 40.2% at the frequencies of 1.34 GHz, 2.15 GHz, 3.2 GHz, 4.31 GHz and 5.41 GHz, respectively. The numerical studies verify that the proposed model can provide multi-band perfect absorptions at wide polarization and incident angles due to its rotational symmetry feature. We have also realized sensor and parametric study applications in order to show additional features of the suggested model. The suggested MA enables myriad potential applications in medical technologies, sensors and in defense industry etc.


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F. Dincer et al., “Multi-band polarization independent cylindrical metamaterial absorber and sensor application,” MODERN PHYSICS LETTERS B, pp. 0–0, 2016, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: