A multi-layered chiral device manifesting asymmetric transmission (AT) facilitating one-way channeling of electromagnetic (EM) waves, based on the inherent polarization is presented. The designed metasurface depicts a high transmission contrast with an efficiency above 80% for an ultra-wide operational range of 6.3-12.3 GHz, constituting a fractional bandwidth of 64%. As an additional feature, the reported metasurface yields robustness against oblique incidences up to 45◦ while maintaining high transmission efficiency. This report also introduces a unique analogy of the AT based communication system with logic-gates by formulating its truth-table and logic circuit. Furthermore, new insights of AT magnitude’s dependence to oblique incidences are presented on the account of surface impedance mismatch due to TE and TM polarization with varying incidence angle. Moreover, avoidance of grating lobes and the associated transmission deterioration through utilization of electrically small periodic metasurface is presented. The results have been numerically and practically validated yielding state-of-the-art features. Operating within C and X band, the reported work is an ideal candidate for practical AT applications.