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Ultra-small GNSS active antenna module with LNA and SAW

Ultra-small GNSS active antenna module with LNA and SAW
Antenova is now shipping its latest module for tiny positioning devices – the RADIONOVA M20047-1. This is an active antenna module for GNSS applications in the 1559-1609 MHz satellite bands using GPS, GLONASS, GALILEO or BeiDou.
6th September 2018

Multi-band antenna series for high precision applications

Multi-band antenna series for high precision applications
u-blox has announced the ANN-MB multi‑band active GNSS antennas, tailored specifically to the needs of applications requiring centimeter-level positioning accuracies. ANN-MB offers product designers an attractively priced, easy-to-implement, and reliable multi-band antenna solution. The ANN-MB antenna series builds on u‑blox’s two decades’ worth of experience with high performance antennas for global navigation satellite system (GNSS) receivers.
5th September 2018

Antennae minimise ground-plane effects, reduce costs

Antennae minimise ground-plane effects, reduce costs
A variety of cellular flexible antennae from Molex are in stock at Mouser Electronics. The wide-band antenna series future-proofs wireless application developments to support evolving LTE and 4G cellular technologies. The antennae feature a balanced transmission design that minimises ground-plane effects and significantly reduces costs and engineering resources needed for additional circuitry, frequency tuning, and electronic component integration.
30th August 2018


PIFA antenna targets Wi-Fi MIMO applications

PIFA antenna targets Wi-Fi MIMO applications
The FlexMIMO dual-band MIMO antenna from Laird is available at Mouser Electronics. It is said to be the first flexible PIFA antenna for 802.11 Wi-Fi multiple input/multiple output (MIMO) applications. It includes two integrated 2.4/5GHz dual-band antenna elements specifically designed for MIMO applications, such as automated equipment, medical devices, and Internet of Things (IoT) devices.
27th August 2018

Online search feature allows easy identification of antenna compatibility

Online search feature allows easy identification of antenna compatibility
KP Performance Antennas has just launched its new online radio-to-antenna compatibility search feature on the company’s website. This easy-to-use filtering menu simplifies the search process of selecting the right antennas based on the user’s radio platform they are deploying in the field. It is common in wireless network buildouts and deployments for engineers, field technicians and network operators to already know which access point and subscriber equipment radios they will be using.
23rd August 2018

Hands-on training session to take in-depth look at antennas

Hands-on training session to take in-depth look at antennas
KP Performance Antennas, along with authorized distributor, ISP Supplies, will be combining their decades of expertise and conducting their first antenna fundamentals overview and training class on 28th August, 2018 at ISP Supplies headquarters in College Station, Texas. This training session will focus on KP’s latest product innovations including sector antenna designs, reflector dishes, feed horns, omnis and other antenna styles that operate in the popular 900MHz, 2.4GHz, 3GHz and 5GHz frequency spectrums.
8th August 2018

Mounting bracket designed for GEN2 BaiCells ATOM radios

Mounting bracket designed for GEN2 BaiCells ATOM radios
KP Performance Antennas has released a new BaiCells radio mounting bracket specially designed to quickly attach BaiCells’ new ATOM GEN2 radios to the company’s existing reflector dish antennas. KP’s new BaiCells radio mounting bracket is designed to easily slot into their 23” and 27.5” reflector dish antennas while securely attaching the brand new BaiCells ATOM Gen2 radio. This rugged radio mount is made to withstand exposure to the elements and install quickly to save valuable time.
2nd August 2018

On the road to terahertz electronics

On the road to terahertz electronics
A team headed by the TUM physicists Alexander Holleitner and Reinhard Kienberger has succeeded for the first time in generating ultrashort electric pulses on a chip using metal antennas only a few nanometers in size, then running the signals a few millimeters above the surface and reading them in again a controlled manner. The technology enables the development of new, powerful terahertz components.
3rd July 2018

Design dilemma solved for the 5G-ready connected car

Design dilemma solved for the 5G-ready connected car
Can you imagine driving along with 18 antennas sticking out of your car? The latest predictions are saying that the modern connected car might need as many as 18 antennae to provide all relevant services. With that in mind, HARMAN has announced a 5G-ready, multiband conformal antenna for cars, which combines multiple antennae in one module that can be mounted below a vehicle’s body panels, allowing car makers new possibilities for vehicle design.
11th June 2018

Compact low power CMOS radar features on-chip antennas

Compact low power CMOS radar features on-chip antennas
At the International Microwave Symposium in Philadelphia, US, Imec announced the first CMOS 140GHz radar-on-chip system with integrated antennas in standard 28nm technology. The achievement is an important step in the development of radar-based sensors for a myriad of smart intuitive applications, such as building security, remote health monitoring of car drivers, breathing and heart rate of patients, and gesture recognition for man-machine interaction.
11th June 2018


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