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Circuit models for Sierpinski gasket antennas

@article{Arrighetti2005CircuitMF,
  title={Circuit models for Sierpinski gasket antennas},
  author={Walter Arrighetti and Peter De Cupis and Giorgio Gerosa},
  journal={arXiv: Computational Physics},
  year={2005}
}
A lumped-parameter impedor-oriented and a 2-port-network-oriented circuit models for the Sierpinski gasket prefractal antenna are presented. With the former, the voltage and current patterns give a detailed understanding of the electromagnetic fields' self-similar distribution throughout the antenna geometry; on the other hand model complexity exponentially increases with the prefractal iteration order. The latter "black-box" model only controls port-oriented global parameters which are the… Expand
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