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I'm preparing a new experiment video called Redirecting Grid. It's a follow up of my previous experiments using polarization twister. They all show that microwave coming out of the aperture don't have the same angle as the incoming wave.In polarization twister, the orientation of the receiver is perpendicular to that of the transmitter. But in the new experiment, they will have the same orientation. For convenience, I only take vertical polarization, although the horizontal can also be done in principle. The grid works based on aliasing effect. The conductors in the grid are made more sparse than half of the wavelength.
I've uploaded a new video investigating further into the behavior of microwave when interacting with a redirecting grid. Additional conductors to the grid change the behavior depending on their positions on the grid.
Thank you for your video, this is very enlightening