1. A wireless terminal with a reduced Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) peak, comprising a Printed Circuit Board (PCB), wherein
a fractal gap is formed at an edge of a metal ground on the PCB to disturb distribution of induced current at the edge of
the metal ground;
wherein the fractal gap takes a geometric shape of at least one of a Koch normal/random curve, a Minkowski curve, an L-system
tree curve, a Serpinski triangular or square gasket, or a Serpinski arrow curve.