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Title: Análisis y simulación antena de grafeno basada en el Triángulo Fractal de Sierpinski
Author: Máñez Marquina, Katya
Tutor: Anguera, Jaume  
Andújar Linares, Aurora
Others: Cobo Rodríguez, Germán  
Abstract: The significant growth of communication devices and networks in recent times, together with the need to provide efficient communications, has led to the search for miniaturized antenna designs based on new materials that provide higher bandwidths and therefore better transmission speeds. In the present project a graphene fractal antenna is designed and analyzed. On the one hand, this nanomaterial has been chosen because it has a very high electrical conductivity and when applied to an antenna of nanometer dimensions, it allows the propagation of electromagnetic waves at terahertz frequencies. On the other hand, a fractal design has been selected because it provides a high bandwidth, multiband behavior and high gain. In order to achieve the proposed objective, the Matlab code needed to integrate with CST Studio Suite has been developed, so that the fractal microstrip antenna could be designed for different orders quickly and efficiently. Thus, it has been possible to compare the different designs implemented with different materials to obtain the conclusions. In conclusion, previous work on the influence of the chemical potential of graphene with respect to the resonance frequency of the antenna and with the change of substrate has been verified.
Keywords: antennas
Document type: info:eu-repo/semantics/bachelorThesis
Issue Date: 21-Jun-2022
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