Antennas

ANTENNAS CASE STUDIES, WHITE PAPERS, & APPLICATION NOTES

  • Antenna Structure Analysis, EM.Cube Vs. Others
    Antenna Structure Analysis, EM.Cube Vs. Others

    In this article, we will review the performance of EM.CUBE’s EM.Picasso Planar MOM solver, and EM.CUBE’s EM.Tempo FDTD solver in the analysis of three antenna designs. We will look at the accuracy of the results compared against the measured results, as documented in “A Practical Guide to 3D Electromagnetic Software Tools”1. We will also review EMCUBE’s performance against other simulation tools.

More Antennas Case Studies, White Papers, & Application Notes

ANTENNAS PRODUCTS

L-Band Wearable Antenna

L-Band Wearable Antenna

This antenna operates in the 1350-1390 MHz frequency range and was developed due to the increased demand for wearable antennas for L-band point-to-point/multipoint, TDMA, and Push-to-Talk applications. As L-band transceivers continue to see developments and decreases in overall size, the need for L-band wearable communications will continue to grow. For more information on Pharad’s latest entry into their wearable antenna line, download the datasheet.

Omnidirectional Antenna for MIMO Applications: SENCITY® Rail

Omnidirectional Antenna for MIMO Applications: SENCITY® Rail

HUBER+SUHNER’s SENCITY® Rail MIMO is an omnidirectional antenna consisting of two broadband radiating elements for 2/3/4G communications and 2.4/5 GHz WiFi. It’s been designed for MIMO applications with high data rates and it can separate and direction the connection of multiple radio modules to one antenna without the need for additional power splitters of diplexers.

LTE Wearable Antenna

This LTE wearable antenna has been designed for use in any wearable cellular communications device (including military communications) in the 700-3000 MHz frequency range. It weighs only 2 oz. and features a flexible, unobtrusive, and waterproof design.

IDA 2 Antenna Series

IDA 2 Antenna Series

The antennas in the IDA 2 series have been designed for detecting, analyzing, and localizing RF signals. Specifically, they’re used in eliminating faults in mobile telecommunications equipment, tracing interference in industrial plants, securing communications at large events, locating interference transmitters/jammers, localizing SOS beacons, detecting signals in security operations, monitoring signals in border protection settings, and localizing bug transmitters.

More Antennas Products
Newsletter Signup
Newsletter Signup
Get the latest RF/microwave industry news, insights, and analysis delivered to your inbox.
Join your peers
By clicking Sign Me Up, you agree to our Terms and that you have read our Privacy Policy.