Enhancement of image quality by using metamaterial inspired energy harvester

2020-01-09
ALKURT, FATİH ÖZKAN
ALTINTAŞ, OLCAY
Ozakturk, Meliksah
KARAASLAN, MUHARREM
AKGÖL, OĞUZHAN
ÜNAL, EMİN
Sabah, Cumali
Metamaterial energy harvester based subwavelength imaging structure is presented. Besides, 2x2 array patch antenna is designed to create incident radiated signal towards the proposed harvester structure. Harvested energy is converted to DC voltage signal by using Schottky diodes and each cell is represented by 256 grey levelled pixel value. Therefore, any incident electromagnetic wave placed in the operating frequency range can be monitorized. In the experimental study, experiments are realized with and without antenna to investigate the effects of instantaneous electromagnetic waves and the observed images. Afterwards, another experiment is conducted to observe the effects of metal plate which is located between the antenna and the harvester structure. The last experiment is performed by using a Yagi Uda antenna for sub-wavelength imaging. The proposed harvester structure can be used in various applications such as energy harvesting, incident wave tracing, crack detection, spy device detection, medical imaging, and so on.
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F. Ö. ALKURT et al., “Enhancement of image quality by using metamaterial inspired energy harvester,” PHYSICS LETTERS A, pp. 0–0, 2020, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/68396.