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Question: do macbook pros contain fractal antennas

Just curious as I study a little about fractals. Thank you.

MacBook Pro with Retina display, macOS Sierra (10.12.5)

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I agree with both of you. Thank you.

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Mar 17, 2018 7:18 AM in response to deanfromfalmouth In response to deanfromfalmouth

On recent Macs, multiple antennas are built in across the back of the enclosure, where the warm air exits.


On much older models, they were built into the screen surround, so they worked much better when the MacBook was open.


I agree with Kappy that these are unlikely to be fractal antennas.

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Mar 17, 2018 7:18 AM in response to deanfromfalmouth In response to deanfromfalmouth

On recent Macs, multiple antennas are built in across the back of the enclosure, where the warm air exits.


On much older models, they were built into the screen surround, so they worked much better when the MacBook was open.


I agree with Kappy that these are unlikely to be fractal antennas.

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