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Robust RFID antenna improves train recognition

Robust RFID antenna improves train recognition
Being robust and reliable, the new Ha-VIS RF-ANT-WR24 UHF antenna range from HARTING is suitable for creating gates for container tracking platform identification in situations where the antenna is installed directly under the train. The antenna is also suitable for applications in conditions of extreme temperatures. The new antenna range includes three models. The WR24-i is suitable for general industrial use.
11th May 2017

2X2 and 4X4 MIMO antennas suit S and C Band communication

2X2 and 4X4 MIMO antennas suit S and C Band communication
Southwest Antennas has introduced four new MIMO sector antennas to their existing line-up of directional antenna solutions. The four new MIMO sector antennas feature a wide 120 degree horizontal beamwidth, allowing for wide area coverage. Designed for 2X2 and 4X4 MIMO radio systems, two and four port versions of these sector antennas are offered in both 2.2 – 2.5 GHz S-Band and 4.4 – 5.0 GHz C-Band frequency options, for ISM / broadcast and law enforcement use.
6th April 2017

Multiband antenna slash design cycle times

Multiband antenna slash design cycle times
Availability and full design support capabilities have been announced by distributor Richardson RFPD for the latest mXTEND SMT multiband antenna from Fractus. The Fractus mXTEND antenna boosters leverage Fractus’ Virtual Antenna technology to reduce design cycle times by replacing time-consuming, high-NRE custom antenna solutions with miniature, standard, off-the-shelf components.
15th February 2017


Antenna alignment tool delivers accurate performance

Antenna alignment tool delivers accurate performance
Now available in the UK from RF and microwave equipment supplier Link Microtek is a portable instrument that enables telecommunications-antenna installers and maintenance technicians to rapidly align antennas to the highest levels of accuracy, thereby optimising network performance.
6th February 2017

Back on track for world record attempt

Back on track for world record attempt
It has been confirmed that the world’s fastest car is heading over to South Africa in October 2017 for its first high speed run, which means that it is all systems go for the Bloodhound SSC project team at Poynting Antennas. South Africa based Poynting Antennas designed, tested and built the tailfin-antenna that will live stream both the 2017 attempt and the ultimate record breaking attempt somewhere in 2018.
31st January 2017

Tools enable integration of antennas onto PCB designs

Tools enable integration of antennas onto PCB designs
Manufacturer of antennas and RF antenna modules for M2M and the Internet of Things, Antenova, has launched a series of tools and resources to help product designers successfully integrate antennas onto new PCB designs, with the aim of making antenna integration simpler and faster for all designers.
23rd December 2016

Industrial antenna suitable for harsh environments

Industrial antenna suitable for harsh environments
  A smart solution for outdoor applications requiring positioning data or a precise time reference has been developed by GTT Europe. The outdoor IP67 GPS/GNSS antenna is a robust industrial antenna, providing GPS/GNSS functionality in remote harsh environments.
8th December 2016

Integrated wide-band antenna module speeds up time to market

Integrated wide-band antenna module speeds up time to market
A GNSS receiver with integrated antenna has been announced by u-blox, the SAM-M8Q. Housed in a 15.5x15.5x6.3mm package, this module can be easily embedded in small devices that require location information, such as asset tracking and telematics systems and generic automotive after-market applications.
1st December 2016

Dielectric resonator antennas for 5G applications

Dielectric resonator antennas for 5G applications
The development of 5G technologies aimed at increasing data rate of wireless communication networks by a factor of 100 imposes stringent specifications (large bandwidth, high gain, small size and temperature independent performance) on the design of the Radio Frequency (RF) electronics. Authors: S. Keyrouz, D. Caratelli and D. Favreau, Antenna Company
17th November 2016

Massive-element active antenna system supports 28GHz band

Massive-element active antenna system supports 28GHz band
  A prototype of a massive-element (approximately 500 elements) Active Antenna System (AAS) for base stations that supports 28GHz band has been developed by NEC Corporation, with a view toward the application of 5G, the next-gen wireless communication standard.
17th November 2016


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Industry of Things World 2017
18th September 2017
Germany Berlin Congress Center