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Chiral materials - USA or Europe

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Lupin

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Chiral materials

I would like to know if in Usa or in Europe which society produces chiral materials.
Then I'ld like to know what are the main advantages (if any)of chiral material loaded microstrip antennas in terms of Bandwidth.

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I remember reading a paper stating that a simple microstrip patch antenna on chiral subtrate wouldn't have any advantage. You search for "chiral microstrip antenna" in IEEE.
 

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Do you know what e.m. code I can use to design chiral material loaded patch antennas?
Does anyone know what european society works in chiral material realization?

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I think there is no commercial code for simulating Chiral material. It is still a topic for academic research.
 

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Just one week ago, I've known that MWOffice (e.m. part)
can simulate chiral materials... For what concerns Ensemble,
I've been reading that ferromagnetic materials can be simulated...
I've to check for ferromagnetic.

Probably in USA chiral materials loaded antennas or components are
performed and tested..Do you anything about it?

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What version of MWOffice you are using? I found no option for chiral material in 5.53. Chiral is different from anisotropic.
 

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