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Antenna systems division awarded contract by CALTEC

Corporación de Alta Tecnologia SAC (CALTEC), a systems integrator serving the South American telecommunications market, has selected the Antenna Systems Division of Communications & Power Industries LLC (CPI) to provide a fully integrated 9.4m Ka-band gateway antenna system from its ASC Signal product line at the Lurin Teleport in Lima, Peru.
13th October 2017

Innovative antennas showcased at GITEX 2017

Innovative antennas showcased at GITEX 2017
  Taking place from 8th to 12th October at the Dubai World Trade Centre, GITEX will attract retailers, entrepreneurs and IT professionals from the Middle East, Africa, the Americas and Europe. RFS, global designer and manufacturer of cable and antenna systems, will also attend this year’s event to showcase their new and innovative antennas.
10th October 2017

Helping to halve the cost of 5G base stations

Helping to halve the cost of 5G base stations
To improve the performance for 5G base stations compared to the current generation of technology, Plasma Antennas, the inventors of plasma silicon technology, has unveiled the mmWave Plasma Silicon Antenna (PSiAN). Based on the company’s patented Plasma Silicon technology, the antenna reduces the cost of a 5G base station by up to 50% by eliminating phase shifters, reducing and consolidating amplification and reducing computation.  
2nd October 2017


GNSS antenna supports tracking applications

GNSS antenna supports tracking applications
Antenova Ltd will launch Robusta part no. SR4G031, a new antenna for metal surfaces - at the GSMA MWC Americas show. The antenna operates in the 1559-1609 MHz bands and is designed for tracking metal objects and smart city applications. Antenova’s takes antenna design a step forward with its REFLECTOR family, which answer to the challenge of operating on a metal surface or housing, where it is extremely difficult for an antenna to operate.
12th September 2017

Wideband iDAS antennas improve wireless connectivity

Wideband iDAS antennas improve wireless connectivity
  Laird has announced its newest wideband iDAS antennas, which dramatically improve in-building wireless connectivity. They also are the telecom industry's thinnest, smallest Low PIM MIMO ceiling mounted wideband antenna that meets the design needs of office and apartment buildings, hotels, airports, and other large coverage areas.
4th September 2017

Designing smaller and more effective antennas

Designing smaller and more effective antennas
Good things come in small packages. This is especially true in the world of portable wireless communications systems. Cell phones, wearables, and implantable electronics have shrunk over time, which has made them more useful in many cases. But a critical component of these devices - the antenna - hasn't followed suit. Researchers haven't been able to get them much smaller, until now.
30th August 2017

Simple antenna matching with the TTR500

If you’re integrating an off-the-shelf antenna with a wireless module, you’ll need to ensure that the impedance of the antenna matches the impedance of the wireless module.
30th August 2017

Antenna Company joins CBRS Alliance

Antenna Company joins CBRS Alliance
  Antenna systems provider, Antenna Company, has announced that it has joined the CBRS Alliance. The CBRS Alliance was formed to develop and promote LTE-based solutions in the 3.5GHz Citizens Broadband Radio Service (CBRS) band, using a shared spectrum model to serve the growing demands of wireless data usage.
15th August 2017

Customising antennas with science and manufacturing techniques

Customising antennas with science and manufacturing techniques
In an increasingly connected world, performance demands on antennas are greater than ever. With wireless devices constantly shrinking, the antennas’ allowable size and weight is rapidly reducing, while demands for lower power consumption increase so that battery powered devices can last longer between charges. These increased performance demands also have to be balanced with cost, and the limits imposed by the laws of physics, which make antenna design a trade-off between performance attributes.
3rd August 2017

Better satellite communication is on its way

Better satellite communication is on its way
First Sensor Lewicki, part of the sensor specialist First Sensor, will be involved in the construction of one of the antennas for the German communication satellite Heinrich Hertz. A contract was signed on June 28th, 2017 by the DLR (German Aerospace Center), the contracting authority, and OHB System AG, thegeneral contractor, for the construction, testing and launch of the satellite. The multi-feed array antenna is related to the mission objective of a geostationary relay for low Earth orbit satellites (GeReLEO).
2nd August 2017


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29th November 2017
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