IIT Kanpur’s ‘Planar Trefoil Knot Antennas’ Make Waves, Advancing Communication
IIT Kanpur’s breakthrough in developing planar trefoil knot antennas has the potential to revolutionize the communication industry. Inspired by trefoil knots, this innovation by Saurabh Shukla, a PhD student and Professor Ayyangar Ranganath Harish, offer enhanced performance across various frequencies, unlike traditional bulky antennas. They can be seamlessly integrated into smartphones, tablets, wearables, and IoT devices, making them ideal for applications requiring powerful yet small antennas. These antennas could bring faster data transfer, stronger connectivity, and overall enhanced performance.
“This is a significant development in technology and has far-reaching implications for India’s communication and other industries. The technology showcases the ingenuity and expertise of our researchers at IIT Kanpur. Its capability to produce both omnidirectional and directional patterns gives it an edge over the market alternatives. We believe that this invention will revolutionize the way antennas are used in a wide range of applications, contributing to the advancement of wireless systems and meeting the growing demand for smart antennas”, said Professor Abhay Karandikar, Director, IIT Kanpur, about the innovation. This remarkable development from IIT Kanpur represents a significant step toward transforming wireless communication technology.
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