Date of Award
Master of Science (MS)
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Antennas are an integral part of mobile devices. Recently, the demand for smaller phones has increased requiring smaller components within the device. This leads to problems with performance and limitations of RF systems within mobile devices including antennas which have been affected by the size thus affected frequency output. In this thesis, fractal theory will be utilized to compare the performance of the Sierpinski Gasket Monopole antenna to single band antennas to see if this is a viable substitute in mobile applications. By utilizing simulations and physical antennas, the performance will be observed at each frequency band and compared.
Murg, Kyle Nathan, "COMPARISON OF A SIERPINSKI GASKET MONOPOLE ANTENNA TO BOW-TIE ANTENNAS BASED OFF THE FRACTAL ITERATIVE SHAPES" (2014). Open Access Theses. 226.