Transmission of RF Signal Through Energy Saving Glass Using Frequency Selective Surface

3 Pages Posted: 3 Jan 2020

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Dr. Rimi Ghosh

JIS College of Engineering, Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering

Bikash Dey

JIS College of Engineering, Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering

Sambhabee Banerjee

JIS College of Engineering, Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering

Date Written: November 30, 2019

Abstract

Energy saving glasses (ESG) are used in large building to provide less-load on the heating and cooling systems, saving a considerable amount of energy. But these glasses have a drawback of blocking the low frequencies(0 to 1.5GHz), creating problem in communication systems (GSM, 3G, GPS etc). In this paper, a novel FSS structure is proposed, to be used in ESG panels to solve the communication problem. The proposed FSS consists of two dimensional array of square patches, each patch containing circular ring slot. FSS is simulated using ANSOFT® Designer software. The simulated result, shows that, proposed FSS passes 0 to 1.5GHz, which can solve the communication problem.

Keywords: Aperture, Energy saving glass(ESG), Frequency Selective Surface, Patch, Transmitted Electric Field

Suggested Citation

Ghosh, Dr. Rimi and Dey, Bikash and Banerjee, Sambhabee, Transmission of RF Signal Through Energy Saving Glass Using Frequency Selective Surface (November 30, 2019). 2nd International Conference on Non-Conventional Energy: Nanotechnology & Nanomaterials for Energy & Environment (ICNNEE) 2019, Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3495806 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.3495806

Dr. Rimi Ghosh (Contact Author)

JIS College of Engineering, Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering ( email )

Kalyani
WEST BENGAL
KALYANI, 741235
India

Bikash Dey

JIS College of Engineering, Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering ( email )

Kalyani
WEST BENGAL
KALYANI, 741235
India

Sambhabee Banerjee

JIS College of Engineering, Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering ( email )

Kalyani
WEST BENGAL
KALYANI, 741235
India

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