Advanced Study on Very High Q-factor Based on Gshaped Resonator Type Metamaterial Absorber
Tuning will result in a high Q-factor based on absorption (the reflection and the transition percentage). The basic architecture and simulation in S-band have been investigated in this work. At resonance frequencies of 2.7 GHz, 3.26 GHz, and 70.3 GHz, simulation results of a G-shape resonator indicate a triple band of absorption peaks (60 percent, 91.5 percent, and 70.3 percent). 4.05 GHz and 4.05 GHz, respectively At resonance frequency, the results showed a very high Q-factor (271) with a very high Q-factor (271). (3.26 GHz). Sensor sensing, narrowband band filtering, and image sensing can all benefit from the high Q-factor. The proposed G-shaped resonator has a lot of potential in real-world applications, especially when it comes to detection, imaging, and sensing at THz.
Author (S) Details
Khalid Saeed Lateef Al-Badri
Department of Physics, College of Education, University of Samarra, Iraq.
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