GA design of wire pre-fractal antennas and comparison with other Euclidean geometries
PublisherIEEE-INST ELECTRICAL ELECTRONICS ENGINEERS INC.
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A multi-objective genetic algorithm (GA) has been applied in conjunction with the numerical electromagnetic code (NEC) to the optimization of wire pre-fractal Koch-like antennas in terms of bandwidth, efficiency, and electrical size. Their performance is compared to that of other nonfractal designs.
CitationFernández Pantoja, M; García Ruíz, F; Rubio Bretones, A; Gómez Martín, R; González Arbesú, J.M; Romeu Robert, J; Rius Casals, J.M. GA design of wire pre-fractal antennas and comparison with other Euclidean geometries. IEEE Antennas and Wireless Propagation Letters, 2003, vol. 2, pàg. 238-241
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