3D metamaterial broadband ground plane designed using genetic programming for the long slot array antenna

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  author =       "Jennifer Taylor Rayno and Jill S. K. Nakatsu and 
                 Gui Chao Huang and Nuri Celik and Magdy F. Iskander",
  title =        "{3D} metamaterial broadband ground plane designed
                 using genetic programming for the long slot array
  booktitle =    "IEEE Antennas and Propagation Society International
                 Symposium (APSURSI 2013)",
  year =         "2013",
  month =        jul,
  pages =        "400--401",
  keywords =     "genetic algorithms, genetic programming, UHF antennas,
                 VHF antennas, conductors (electric), electromagnetic
                 meta-materials, electromagnetic wave absorption,
                 electromagnetic wave reflection, planar antenna arrays,
                 slot antenna arrays, 2D metamaterial broadband ground
                 plane, 3D metamaterial broadband ground plane, AMC,
                 CLSA antenna, PLSA antenna, absorption, artificial
                 magnetic conductor, cylindrical long slot array
                 antenna, phase reflection, planar long slot array
                 antenna, planar metamaterial broadband ground plane,
                 volumetric metamaterial structure, Antenna arrays,
                 Broadband antennas, Broadband communication, Ferrites,
                 Metamaterials, Three-dimensional displays",
  DOI =          "doi:10.1109/APS.2013.6710861",
  ISSN =         "1522-3965",
  abstract =     "Previously developed MATLAB code for designing planar
                 (2D) metamaterial broadband ground planes is extended
                 to design volumetric (3D) metamaterial structures. A 3D
                 ground plane designed to operate as an artificial
                 magnetic conductor (AMC) in the 225-450 MHz frequency
                 range is presented. Its performance when used as the
                 ground plane of the planar long slot array (PLSA)
                 antenna and cylindrical long slot array (CLSA) antenna
                 is evaluated and compared to the previously used
                 absorbing ferrite ground plane, resulting in enhanced
                 gain performance due to in phase reflection and minimal
  notes =        "Although page401 says Douglas Kern's PhD thesis
                 'Advancements in Artificial Magnetic Conductor Design
                 for Improved Performance and Antenna Applications'
                 https://etda.libraries.psu.edu/paper/9977/ uses GP it
                 seems to use a fixed GA binary string to represent each

                 Also known as \cite{6710861}",

Genetic Programming entries for Jennifer Taylor Rayno Jill S K Nakatsu Gui Chao Huang Nuri Celik Magdy F Iskander