FRACTAL welcomes Summer 2010 Student Interns from Cornell, Vanderbilt, ‘UMass Lowell’, and Stanford Universities.
New additions include the hot off the patent press.
FRACTAL innovates by creating new inventions to solve tough problems, as a technology company. Firm’s announcements earlier in the year, on the successful use of fractals as metamaterials, lead the way to ‘near term’ applications of the ‘metafractal’ technology. CEO Cohen may be speaking on the prospects for practical uses of metamaterials in printed electronics. FRACTAL is enjoying rapid growth in its ‘design to license’ program, where we customize our patented technology for your application, for licensing in large quantities. While giving our customers full versatility, so that’s in addition to our standard option of a vended solution, or existing product. Basically, with little if any performance degradation, upwards of 45percentage.
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With a characteristic arrowhead shape, the log periodic dipole array is one of a few known antennas.
FRACTAL found a way to shrink it with our proprietary metafractal technology. Needless to say, check in with TEAM FRACTAL via Chip, our CEO. That said, fractal Antenna Systems is now celebrating its 15th year! What began as a humble garagebased startup has grown to become the world leader in antenna innovation and the pioneer in fractal electronics and metamaterial applications. All three of its chambers and testing platforms have now been refoamed for better performance and accuracy in measurements. It is outside capabilities continue from MF on up. For two weeks in early June, Fractal Antenna Systems floated in a sea of bluewedgie anechoic foam. With a couple of separate and versatile testing positions, fractal now has capabilities from 200MHz -8GHz in its laboratory area.
New chamber is modular and can be reconfigured in a matter of minutes.
Notes CEO Nathan Cohen.
Paradoxically they are great for testing but awkward for tweaking since, chamber manufacturers make their boxes. It also allows the engineers instant access for ‘real time’ measurement and design tweaking. A well-known fact that is. Fractal Antenna Systems and our CEO Nathan Cohen are featured on the new TV show Science Trek now playing nationwide on PBS. Metamaterials and cloaking; and how new technologies are adopted, Dr, Discussing the inspiration of science fiction. While ceiling or a door, just a wall. Cohen paints an interesting view of a future where fractal metamaterials render ‘surfaces’ into collections of useful things. FRACTAL’s got the claims!
With broad and far reaching claims, fRACTAL is the patent holder on the key IP for fractal element antennas and related technologies, for instance, with patents 6452553 and 7256,This makes us the friendly but singular ‘go to’ guys for all fractalrelated solutions. As inventors say. Information and data on Metacloak technologies is available now and periodically updated. All of FRACTAL’s fractal metamaterial info is on You’ll find the metacloak antennas and invisibility cloak materials there. Therefore,, Therefore if you have a ‘how did you do it?’ question. All metacloak business queries are handled through email@example.com. Make sure you write suggestions about it below. The engaging TED talks finally took a fractal antenna twist! Over the NY in 1988, astrophysicist Nathan Cohen beat the rap on ‘no apartment antennas’ by building the very first fractal element.
Printed Electronics USA on fractal antennas, companies large and small have discovered the value of rolling together our design services with a ‘non exclusive’ license to include the FRACTAL ADVANTAGE on their project’s circuit boards.
We call it a ‘license rollup’.
Drop Jane Winter a line and see how this can work for you. Then, in these times of customers’ strained inhouse development resources, FRACTAL won’t leave you high and dry doing best in order to find out the antenna design yourself! Fact, honoring our ham radio colleagues, and the hidden history and latest developments behind metamaterials, CEO and ham op Nathan Cohen might be giving a talk on ‘From Ham Radio Origins. Today’s leaders in wireless technology often share this common pastime and public service, some folks say ham radio’s days have past.