Investigation of fold-dependent behavior in an origami-inspired FSS under normal incidence

D. Sessions, K. Fuchi, S. Pallampati, D. Grayson, S. Seiler, G. Bazzan, G. Reich, P. Buskohl, G. Huff

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Abstract

Frequency selective surfaces (FSS) filter specific electromagnetic (EM) frequencies are defined by the geometry and often fixed periodic spacing of a conductive element array. By embedding the FSS pattern into an origami structure, we expand the number of physical configurations and periodicities of the FSS, allowing for fold-driven frequency tuning. The goal of this work is to examine the fold-dependent polarization and frequency behavior of an origami-inspired FSS under normal incidence and provide physical insight into its performance. The FSS is tessellated with the Miura-ori pattern and uses resonant length metallic dipoles with orthogonal orientations for two primary modes of polarization. A driven dipole model with geometric morphologies, representative of the folding operations, provides physical insight into the observed behavior of the FSS. Full-wave simulations and experimental results demonstrate a shift in resonant frequency and transmissivity with folding, highlighting the potential of origami structures as an underlying mechanism to achieve fold-driven EM agility in FSSs. \ 2018, Electromagnetics Academy. All rights reserved.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)131-139
Number of pages9
JournalProgress In Electromagnetics Research M
Volume63
DOIs
StatePublished - 2018
Externally publishedYes

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Sessions, D., Fuchi, K., Pallampati, S., Grayson, D., Seiler, S., Bazzan, G., ... Huff, G. (2018). Investigation of fold-dependent behavior in an origami-inspired FSS under normal incidence. Progress In Electromagnetics Research M, 63, 131-139. https://doi.org/10.2528/PIERM17092504
Sessions, D. ; Fuchi, K. ; Pallampati, S. ; Grayson, D. ; Seiler, S. ; Bazzan, G. ; Reich, G. ; Buskohl, P. ; Huff, G. / Investigation of fold-dependent behavior in an origami-inspired FSS under normal incidence. In: Progress In Electromagnetics Research M. 2018 ; Vol. 63. pp. 131-139.
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Investigation of fold-dependent behavior in an origami-inspired FSS under normal incidence. / Sessions, D.; Fuchi, K.; Pallampati, S.; Grayson, D.; Seiler, S.; Bazzan, G.; Reich, G.; Buskohl, P.; Huff, G.

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