Antennas

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New ProLine small-angle antennas with stable and high gain

New ProLine small-angle antennas with stable and high gain
KP Performance Antennas has released a new line of 33 and 45° sector antennas with stable and high gain that are suitable for Wireless Internet Service Provider (WISP) applications such as base station access point antennas. KP’s new small-angle ProLine series of sector antennas consists of three models that deliver interference mitigation with azimuth and elevation side-lobe suppression.
11th April 2019

Antennas deliver performance across worldwide frequency bands

Antennas deliver performance across worldwide frequency bands
A new range of low profile SMT automotive antennas from AVX/Ethertronics, providing RF performance and global coverage are now available from TTI. The antennas support different worldwide frequency bands and high performance, yet occupy minimal PCB real estate.
8th April 2019

Automotive antennas deliver global coverage

Automotive antennas deliver global coverage
Low-profile SMT automotive antennas from AVX/Ethertronics that provide RF performance and give global coverage are now available from TTI. The antennas support different worldwide frequency bands and ensure superior performance, yet occupy minimal PCB real estate.
8th April 2019


Optimised antenna beamforming for next-gen wireless networks

Optimised antenna beamforming for next-gen wireless networks
  Murata has released a high gain antenna module that facilitates communication up to 4.62Gbps. The new millimetre-wave RF antenna module will contribute to the creation of next-gen wireless networks that utilise the 60GHz frequency by supporting the IEEE802.11ad millimetre-wave wireless LAN standard.
22nd March 2019

Enabling rogue transmissions to be pinpointed quickly

Enabling rogue transmissions to be pinpointed quickly
Link Microtek has introduced its new automatic direction-finding (DF) antenna that allows the source of unauthorised or interfering transmissions to be located rapidly and accurately, even in urban areas where signal reflections can make this a challenging task.
18th March 2019

Omni antenna provides uniform 360° coverage

Omni antenna provides uniform 360° coverage
Manufacturer of wireless network antennas, KP Performance Antennas, has unveiled a new 900MHz, 10dBi, ±45 slant dual-polarised omni antenna for use in outdoor fixed wireless applications. This new omni-directional antenna from KP operates in the 824 to 928MHz frequency range and provides uniform, 360° coverage with minimal azimuth ripple and 10 dBi of gain.
26th February 2019

5G NR beam-steering gateway antennas launched at MWC 2019

5G NR beam-steering gateway antennas launched at MWC 2019
Taoglas has announced the launch of the Taoglas 5G NR KSF.410, a new 5G millimetre wave beam-steering antenna targeting frequency bands 27.5-28.35GHz. According to the company the KSF.410 is the industry’s first antenna utilising beam-steering chipsets from Analog Devices, and is being showcased this week at Taoglas’ stands at Mobile World Congress 2019 in Barcelona, Spain, and Embedded World in Nuremberg, Germany.
26th February 2019

GaAs ICs drive breakthrough 5G technology

GaAs ICs drive breakthrough 5G technology
A breakthrough technology which will facilitate more efficient delivery of mobile and broadband services to offices and homes is being spearheaded by a collaboration between the inventors, Pivotal Commware and compound semiconductor supplier MACOM.
24th February 2019

Antennas address the path to 5G

Antennas address the path to 5G
New 3.5GHz-capable antennas for macro and small cell densification to help increase network capacity and migration to 5G has been introduced by CommScope. Customers deploying newly licensed spectrum bands will be able to increase capacity in existing LTE networks and prepare for future 5G networks with CommScope’s 3.5GHz-capable base station antennas.
6th February 2019

RFID antennas over IO-Link for numerous applications

RFID antennas over IO-Link for numerous applications
The onward march of IO-Link seems unstoppable, and for good reason. With advantages such as much more data and diagnostics for minimal extra cost. Ifm electronic has one of the largest offerings of IO-Link sensors on the market and an established range of RFID systems which combine the technologies. 
23rd January 2019


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IFSEC 2019
18th June 2019
United Kingdom EXCEL, London
European Microwave Week 2019
29th September 2019
France Porte De Versailles Paris
IoT Solutions World Congress 2019
29th October 2019
Spain Barcelona