Antenova announces three new-style antennas: flexible dual-band FPC antennas for Wi-Fi and ISM

14 NOVEMBER 2015

Antenova Ltd, manufacturer of antennas and RF antenna modules for M2M and the Internet of Things, is announcing three new flexible FPC antennas for applications in industrial and consumer electronics.
Two of the antennas, named Dromus and Amoris are high performance dual band Wi-Fi antennas operating on the 2.4-2.5GHz and 4.9-5.9GHz wireless bands, including Wi-Fi 802.11a/b/g /j/n/ac. They are suitable for access points, portable electronics, PC cards, games consoles, set-top boxes, network devices, and wearable technology. They are made to different dimensions, so that electronics manufacturers can select the best fit and performance for their wireless device.
The third antenna, named Montana operates in the ISM bands of 863-870MHz and 902-928MHz. This antenna is for use in industry, remote sensors, smart metering, medical devices, monitoring equipment, lighting, security and automotive applications.
The flexible FPC antennas are each just 0.15mm thick, and are supplied with a peel-back self-adhesive area to fix them inside a small electronic device, in various configurations. They are supplied complete with a cable and a connector to attach them to the underside covering or housing of a manufacturer’s electronic product. Each antenna weighs less than 0.5g.

Antenova
www.antenova-m2m.com

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