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Fractal Antennas

Sierpinski gasket, Koch dipole

Fractal antennas use self similar designs to maximize the length, or increase the perimeter of material that can receive or transmit electromagnetic radiation within a given total surface area or volume. Fractal antennas are printed structures that is they are etched on a dielectric substrate.

The main advantage of fractal antennas are:

  • Reduced space requirement because of the compact size.

  • Higher input resistance because of increase in length or perimeter.

Objects

fractalKochCreate Koch curve fractal dipole or loop antenna on X-Y plane
fractalGasketCreate Sierpinski's Gasket fractal antenna on X-Y plane
fractalCarpetCreate Sierpinski's carpet fractal antenna
fractalIslandMinkowski's loop fractal antenna