Antenova Atta embedded antenna

Thursday, 20 January, 2022 | Supplied by: Antenova Limited

Antenova has released its latest antenna, the Atta, for LTE and smart wireless deployments in the 410 and 450 MHz bands. It comes in a flexible printed circuit (FPC) form and measures 101 x 20 x 0.15 mm.

LTE 450 MHz is used by private network providers in the utilities, public safety and transport sectors, who use it for M2M traffic, smart grids, smart cities, EV charging and rural broadband networks. The 450 MHz band compares favourably to 900 MHz for these applications, because at 900 MHz four times as many base stations are needed to cover the same geographical area.

The antenna provides connectivity for devices on these networks, in particular meters and rugged smartphones, and handheld mobile devices using Cat 4 modules. It is supplied with an I-PEX mating connector for direct integration to a circuit board and a self-adhesive pad to fix it easily in position. It is therefore easy to integrate into a design.

The 450 MHz frequency allows good antenna propagation and large coverage for each base station, and a flexible antenna gives designers a number of options for product design. The antenna can be folded, curved or placed flat in a design, or tucked inside the housing of a small device. Available in samples or production quantities, it is suitable for OEMs and specialist wireless design projects.

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