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Origami Folding Fractal Antennas

Origami is the Japanese art of folding paper into sculpture-like shapes of art. Any flat material can be used in this manner. Fractal patterns have become useful in antenna design by reducing size and also allowing a wider performance range. Applying origami folding techniques to flexible electronics promises to develop even smaller, more efficient and […]

Fractal Antenna

Conventional antennas were typically based on some fraction of the wavelength that they were designed to receive. This meant the size of the antenna often varied with the frequency range they used. Fractal antennas reduce the overall size of the antenna because the length of the receiving contact is distributed over a fractal pattern that […]