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Design of new microstrip multiband fractal antennas: Sierpinski triangle and hexagonal structures

Abstract : This chapter presents two new microstrip multiband antennas based on fractal geometry. The purpose is to study the behaviour of structures when applying a fractal aspect. The first antenna is designed and optimized by using Sierpinski triangle technique, it's validated in tne ISM "Industrial Scientific and Medical" band at 2.45 and 5.8 GHz bands which was designed to be suitable for wireless power transmission use, while the second proposed antenna structure is based on the hexagonal geometry, it's validated and tested for DCS (Digital Cellular System) at 1.8 GHz, for 2.45 GHz and for 5.8 GHz, as an example of application wireless mobile system is an application field. © 2017, IGI Global.
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T. Benyetho, L. El Abdellaoui, A. Tajmouati, A. Tribak, Mohamed Latrach. Design of new microstrip multiband fractal antennas: Sierpinski triangle and hexagonal structures. Handbook of Research on Advanced Trends in Microwave and Communication Engineering, IGI Global, pp.1-33, 2016, 9781522507741; 1522507736; 9781522507734. ⟨10.4018/978-1-5225-0773-4.ch001⟩. ⟨hal-01484531⟩

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