Publication: Research - peer-review › Journal article – Annual report year: 2009
A subwavelength monopole antenna radiating in the presence of a truncated cylindrical shell, which has a capped top face and is made of a negative permittivity metamaterial, is analyzed numerically by a method of moments for the volume-surface integral equation oil the one hand, and a finite element method on the other hand. It is shown that a center-fed truncated cylinder, in contrast to an infinite cylinder, provides subwavelength resonances, thus suggesting the possibility, of having a subwavelength antenna system.
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- subwavelength, truncated cylinder, metamaterial, epsilon-negative material, antenna