This application note describes the process of a simple antenna for LTE band operation added to the PC board of a smartphone in XFdtd being tuned for operation in multiple frequency bands. The component values in the matching network are chosen so that system efficiency is maximized.
The Internet of Things (IoT) has continued to grow at a rapid rate in recent years. With the connectivity of more and more devices, it’s more important than ever that these devices can connect, communicate and meet the needs that users covet. Distributed Antenna Systems (DAS) are used to provide strong and reliable wireless connectivity in location where connectivity is a problem with standard wireless routers or cellular connectivity. This application note discusses the use of DAS for IoT, cellular and other wireless applications, and the benefits it can offer.
What makes communication so challenging in an airport is its large coverage area and high-capacity requirements. That’s the challenge YYC Calgary International Airport faced when it built its new international terminal.
An antenna factor (AF) is the comparison between the field level presented to the antenna and the actual voltage produced by the antenna at its connector. This white paper explains the process of creating AF data and how to use it.
Groundbreaking innovations on antenna technology, based on a collaboration between Lockheed Martin Space and Penn State, are now under consideration for use in the next generation of GPS satellite payloads.
Recently at Eurosatory, Pharad announced a new gooseneck antenna that operates over the UHF to C-band frequency range. The gooseneck antenna offers performance from 400 MHz to 6 GHz in a compact form factor with a flexible gooseneck base.
AVX Corporation, a leading manufacturer and supplier of advanced electronic components and interconnect, sensor, control, and antenna solutions, is exhibiting at this year’s International Microwave Symposium (IMS 2018), which will take place at the Pennsylvania Convention Center in Philadelphia June 10–15.
Pharad has introduced a new Unmanned Air Systems (UAS)/Drone antenna based on its proprietary Peel & Stick Appliqué antenna technology.