A microwave invisibility cloak: the design, simulation, and measurement of a simple and effective frequency-selective surface-based mantle cloak
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In recent years, there has been a growing interest in developing invisibility cloaks that can conceal an object. These techniques are often based either on coating a dielectric or conducting object with a homogeneous plasmonic layer of negative permittivity  or on creating multilayer structure  that cancels the scattering of the cloaked object (i.e., scattering cancelation technique). The technique may also be based on an inhomogeneous layer that bends electromagnetic waves around the region occupied by the cloaked object without interacting with it (i.e., transformation optics technique) .
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CitationYuste, P., Rius, J., Romeu, J., Blanch, S., Heldring, A., Ubeda, E. A microwave invisibility cloak: the design, simulation, and measurement of a simple and effective frequency-selective surface-based mantle cloak. "IEEE antennas and propagation magazine", 26 Juny 2018, vol. 60, núm. 4, p. 49-59.