FRACTAL RADIOELEMENT’S, DEVICES AND SYSTEMS FOR RADAR AND FUTURE TELECOMMUNICATIONS: ANTENNAS, CAPACITOR, MEMRISTOR, SMART 2D FREQUENCY-SELECTIVE SURFACES, LABYRINTHS AND OTHER FRACTAL METAMATERIALS
Published: 1 Aug 2017
Abstract: Prospects for the creation of fractal radio systems and fractal devices for various purposes are considered. Physical approaches to fractal capacitor and fractal impedances design are presented. For the purpose of technical implementation of fractal radio electronics methods it is necessary to have the new elements base which allows processing signals in the fractional measure space and simulating fractal objects and processes which have the dynamics following the differential equations of fractional order. Promising elements of fractal radio electronics are also functional elements whose fractal impedances are realized basing on the conductors fractal geometry on a surface (fractal nanostructures) and in space (fractal antennas), fractal geometry of substrates surface microrelief and so on. The research is carried out within the framework of new scientific direction “Fractal Radio Physics and Fractal Radio Electronics: Design of Fractal Radio Systems”, offered and developed in IREE RAS (middle of 80th XX).
Keywords: fractal, metamaterial, fractal capacitor, fractal antenna, radar, smart surfaces
Cite this article: Alexander Potapov, Victor Potapov. FRACTAL RADIOELEMENT’S, DEVICES AND SYSTEMS FOR RADAR AND FUTURE TELECOMMUNICATIONS: ANTENNAS, CAPACITOR, MEMRISTOR, SMART 2D FREQUENCY-SELECTIVE SURFACES, LABYRINTHS AND OTHER FRACTAL METAMATERIALS. Journal of International Scientific Publications: Materials, Methods & Technologies 11, 492-512 (2017). https://www.scientific-publications.net/en/article/1001497/
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