Invented in 1988 by our founder Dr. Nathan Cohen, fractal antennas have become globally accepted as the highest performing antenna elements available
We are pioneers and leaders in the field of metamaterials. These powerful resonators provide profound benefits applicable to a wide range of fields
From batteries, to heat exchangers, to circuit design - we have applied the natural power of fractals to a multitude of additional electromagnetic domains
Our technology allows us to create antennas that are inherently wide/multiband. This enables a single antenna to meet many wireless needs, reducing the number of overall antennas needed and lowering system costs. This also enables you to “future-proof” systems to 5G and other potential spectrum allocation changes.
The application of our fractal technology minimizes antenna form factors, often both size and weight. Our smaller and less obtrusive form-factors give you maximum design flexibility, better aesthetics and a lower likelihood of interaction with other antennas and electricals. Our small, light-weight solutions are also easier to install and require less mechanical support.
Our fractal antennas need fewer components than traditional designs to reach the same performance. This reduces the likelihood of component failure and provides better value for material cost.
Fractal technology allows our antennas to intrinsically deliver higher gain vs. comparable non-fractalized solutions. Higher gain can mean better coverage, fewer antennas, and stronger signals.
The Symphony-SP is the directional DAS antenna for 5G in stadiums, venues, and other high capacity areas.
It delivers continuous, market-leading wideband coverage from 600MHz-6GHz in an amazingly compact form-factor.
Our DAS antennas deliver wideband coverage from VHF all the way to 6GHz. With continuous wideband coverage, our solutions can truly future-proof your system. All this delivered with market leading performance, in small, aesthetic form-factors.
We design antennas to perform where no others can. We custom developed a chip antenna for use in MedTech devices, capable of functioning to specs while positioned inside a metal cavity. This antenna has been deployed in thousands of wireless MedTech devices, and is just one example of how we can solve your toughest RF problems.
BEDFORD, Mass.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Fractal Antenna Systems, Inc. (FRACTAL) today announced its first sales for the “Symphony-SP” – a new and innovative directional antenna solution for sub-6GHz 5G sector coverage in stadiums and high capacity venues. The Symphony-SP represents a material improvement to existing solutions, delivering wideband coverage in a highly reduced size and weight. The Symphony-SP provides broadband MIMO coverage from 617MHz to 6GHz, with coverage of all key licensed and unlicensed bands – including GSM, LTE, 5G, CBRS, WiFi, C-Band, and LAA. And this coverage comes in a surprisingly small package. The Symphony-SP weighs in at less than 10 lbs and wields a footprint of less than 13”x13”...
BEDFORD, Mass.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Fractal Antenna Systems, Inc. (FRACTAL) today announced upcoming issuance of a fundamental patent on unidirectional antennas, that replace existing applications with smaller, more versatile and visually pleasing options and form factors. The breakthrough is made possible by the firm’s proprietary fractal and metamaterial technology. Close-packing of the fractals makes this a metamaterial, producing a unique composite: a ‘fractal metamaterial,’ that enables wave bending, gain, and control in ways previously not attained. The new fractal metamaterial technology offers a superior alternative to Yagi-Uda antennas.
BEDFORD, Mass.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Smart roads with self-driving vehicles are an innovation with big problems to solve. Now, Fractal Antenna Systems, Inc. (FRACTAL) reports it has solutions to make road tags brighter to vehicular radar, for improved driverless tracking, and enabling the antiquation of LIDAR systems. The solutions also enable unique advantages for future flying cars/taxis, and even satellites. While reducing the reflected “scattering” to a radar signal, FRACTAL not only found a way to make the reflections disappear, but also found other unique fractal-based solutions that actually enhanced radar reflection. Such unusual reflectors are now called “superscatterers”.