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Angular independent frequency selective surfaces for interference control in indoor wireless environments

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ABSTRACT:

A study of electromagnetic wave propagation in buildings using a finite-difference time-domain algorithm has demonstrated that waves are incident on walls over a wide range of angles. If wall mounted frequency selective shielding is desired, it is argued that this behaviour requires shielding solutions that are angle insensitive. A simple single-layer annular ring frequency selective surface (which is relatively economic to fabricate) is shown to offer adequate angular stability of the transmission response, and is thus suitable for electromagnetic interference control in indoor wireless environments.


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