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EngiTek 2020, Irbid
Papers Published at EngiTek 2020
All 8 Papers
IDAuthors and TitlePages
51.Cnf-17 Mr. Ameer Mubaslat
Mr. Ahmad Al Haj
Prof. Saud Khashan
Simulation assisted leak detection in pressurized systems using machine learning
51.Cnf-1062 Dr. Aqeed M. Chyad
Dr. Osama Abudayyeh
Dr. Maha Alkasisbeh
A Nonlinear Regression-Based Machine Learning Model for Predicting Concrete Bridge Deck Condition
47.Cnf-1071 Dr. Mohammad M. Banat
Mr. Ahmed Al-Shwmi
Detailed Simplified Implementation of Filter Bank Multicarrier Modulation Using Sub-Channel Prototype Filters
47.Cnf-1097 Dr. Mohammad M. Banat
Mrs. Haifaa Elayyan
Academic Rewards Coin (ARC) Concept: Mining Academic Contribution Into Bitcoin
47.Cnf-1098 Mr. Chris Matrakidis
Dr. Dimitris Uzunidis
Alexandros Stavdas
Prof. Gerasimos Pagiatakis
Analytical modeling of dispersion penalty for NRZ transmission
47.Cnf-1099 Dr. Dimitris Uzunidis
Mr. Chris Matrakidis
Alexandros Stavdas
Prof. Gerasimos Pagiatakis
On the Attainable Transparent Length of Multi-Band Optical Systems Employing Rare – Earth Doped Fiber Amplifiers
47.Cnf-1101 Mr. Georgios D. Kolezas
Dr. Grigorios Zouros
Prof. Gerasimos Pagiatakis
Complex Magnetic and Electric Dipolar Resonances of Subwavelength GaAs Prolate Spheroids
51.Cnf-1104 Dr. Rafat Al-Waked
Underground Car Park - Mechanical Ventilation
47.Cnf-1124 Paper View Page
Title Multi Variant Effects on the Design of a Microwave Absorber and Performance of an Anechoic Chamber
Authors Ms. Raneem Alshair, University of Jordan, Amman, Jordan
Mr. Waleed Al-Saket, University of Jordan, Amman, Jordan
Dr. Yanal Faouri, University of Jordan, Amman, Jordan
Abstract A microwave absorber for an anechoic chamber operating at RF ranges has been designed to study the effects of each variable on the reflection coefficient S11. The observed variables are the absorber shape, the effect of full and partial coating, pyramidal height and base size, number of pyramids, excitation source location, the thickness of the underneath perfect electric conductor (PEC) layer and the electrical properties of the absorber coating. The proposed electromagnetic absorbers are investigated using the high-frequency structure simulator (HFSS). The simulated reflection coefficient S11 result for each effect is plotted and it's average over the entire band is calculated. The RF range from 1 – 6.5 GHz is considered to achieve better return loss (RL = |S11|) ≥ 10 dB. The achieved average S11 is -26.86 dB. These absorbers are a necessity in conducting experiments related to antennas to measure their characteristics especially the radiation pattern and gain.
Track MAP: Microwaves, Antennas and Propagation
Conference 1st International Conference on Electrical Engineering and Technologies (ElectriTek 2020)
Congress International Congress on Engineering Technologies (EngiTek 2020), 16-18 June 2020, Irbid, Jordan
Pages --1
Topics Microwave Measurements
Applied Electromagnetics
ISSN 2227-331X
BibTeX @inproceedings{1124EngiTek2020,
title={Multi Variant Effects on the Design of a Microwave Absorber and Performance of an Anechoic Chamber},
author={Raneem Alshair, and Waleed Al-Saket, and Yanal Faouri},
booktitle={International Congress on Engineering Technologies (EngiTek 2020)},
organization={Mosharaka for Research and Studies} }
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