Review of Microstrip Patch Antenna using Fractal Techniques for Wireless Applications

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Volume-49 Number-7
Year of Publication : 2017
Authors : Lovepreet Singh, Mandeep Kaur


Lovepreet Singh, Mandeep Kaur "Review of Microstrip Patch Antenna using Fractal Techniques for Wireless Applications", International Journal of Engineering Trends and Technology (IJETT), V49(7),409-414 July 2017. ISSN:2231-5381. published by seventh sense research group

In the modern world, there is different kind of antennas available for wireless communication. With the advancement in the antenna technology some system like military and commercial telecommunication system requires miniaturization, ultra wideband, multiband and cost effective antennas. Fractal antenna has attractive kind of properties that are distinct from other antennas. In order to achieve desired properties like miniaturization, multiband different shapes fractals are used. Microstrip antenna has limitation of narrow bandwidth that can be overcome using fractal slot. In this paper we will discuss various kinds of fractal geometries that make it more attractive for different type of applications.

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Fractal, Sierpinski, Iteration, Koch, Hilbert, Co-axial probe, triangular fractal.