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2. ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY, 2.2 ELECTRICAL, ELECTRONIC, INFORMATION ENGINEERING, Electrical and electronic engineering
We provide a preliminary study of a Graphene fractal antenna operating at THz frequencies with the opportunity to modulate the emission. There are a number of advantages of the fractal design, namely multiband/wideband ability, and, a smaller, lighter and simpler configuration for higher gain, that can benefit from the coupling with Graphene, the thinnest and strongest of materials exhibiting very high electrical conductivity and tunability. This paper proposes a conceptual background for the study and presents some preliminary results on the electromagnetic emission simulations undertaken
A Boretti, J M Blackledge, L Rosa and S Castelletto, (2020) A Preliminary Study of a Graphene Fractal Sierpinski Antenna, 4th International Conference on Materials Engineering and Nano Sciences (ICMENS2020), Pattaya, Thailand, March 13-15, 2020.