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The influence of Hausdorff dimension on plasmonic antennas with Pascal’s triangle geometry
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FIG. 1.

(Color online) (a) Sierpiński triangle basis shape and (b)-(d) first three iterations of Sierpiński triangle. (e)-(h) Modulus M = 2, 3, 4, and 5 Pascal’s triangles, respectively. (i) The relationship between modulus and Hausdorff dimension for a Pascal triangle.

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FIG. 2.

(Color online) Schematic representation of (a) bowtie antenna and bowtie antennas with Pascal’s triangle modulus (b) M = 2, (c) M = 3, and (d) M = 4 geometry.

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FIG. 3.

(Color online) Broadband enhancement factor for a bowtie antenna with L = 475 nm, along with M = {3,4,5,6} antennas with L = 475 nm.

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(Color online) Logarithmic scale intensity distributions for (a) M=3, (c) M = 4, and (e) M = 5 antennas. Intensity distributions are normalized to the input excitation. Directivity plots for (b) M = 3, (d) M = 4, and (f) M = 5 antennas. Directivity plots of a bowtie antenna are included for reference.

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(Color online) (a) Resonant wavelength versus modulus for L = 475 nm (constant). A parabolic trend line is included. (b) Resonant wavelength versus antenna length for M = 4 (constant). The trend for a bowtie antenna is shown for comparison. (c) Paraboloid surface-fit to resonant wavelengths of 55 antennas that were simulated.


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Scitation: The influence of Hausdorff dimension on plasmonic antennas with Pascal’s triangle geometry