The triple-band Wi-Fi antenna from Molex is designed to penetrate areas of interference and deliver internet connectivity to places where walls and barriers present a challenge.
MARS Antennas has introduced the MA-WO6960-DP6DIN Multi Band Dual Pol Omni Antenna, covering all the bands for 2G, 2.5G, 3G and 4G cellular, as well as UHF (806-960 MHz), LTE (698-806 MHz), ISM, WLAN, UNII, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi bands.
Mars Antennas has introduced the MA-WA2458-2DP18 Dual Band Dual Polarized Antenna with four connectors, providing coverage of 2.3 to 2.7 GHz and 4.9 to 5.96 GHz in a single antenna radome.
Aaronia's IsoLOG 3D Mobile antenna is ultralight, small and compatible with any spectrum analyser. It is a suitable plug-and-play solution for 3D measurements in limited time frames.
The u-blox SAM-M8Q GNSS receiver has an integrated antenna and is housed in a 15.5 x 15.5 x 6.3 mm package.
IoT network operator Thinxtra has begun deployment of the SIGFOX public network following the announcement of its partnership with SIGFOX earlier this month. Base stations and antennas have now been installed on top of the tallest buildings in Australia: Sydney Tower Eye and Melbourne Eureka Tower.
Pulse Electronics Corporation and Powertec Telecommunications have announced a distribution agreement to promote and deliver infrastructure antennas throughout Australia and New Zealand.
Aaronia has introduced an isotropic RF 3D tracking antenna that operates from 9 kHz to 35 GHz. The IsoLOG 3D includes a high-density, customisable sector array with 8–36 antennas, for horizontal and for vertical polarisation.
The TW3150/TW3152 Timing Antennas, from Tallysman's GNSS antenna range, are high-gain, high-rejection antennas designed for timing applications in high-density cell/telecommunications tower applications where high levels of near-out-of-band interfering signals can be expected.
The first optical rectenna, a device that combines the functions of an antenna and a rectifier diode, can convert light directly into direct current.
Bulgin has announced that its 7000 Series, 6000 Series, 400 Series and Standard Power Buccaneer connectors, as well as its Buccaneer SMB Antenna, have been rigorously tested and certified to meet several ETSI and BS EN standards for random vibration, shock and bump.
Scientists from the University of Manchester, together with BGT Materials Limited, a graphene manufacturer in the United Kingdom, have printed a radiofrequency antenna using compressed graphene ink.
Aaronia has introduced the MDF series of magnetic tracking antennas. The compact, lightweight broadband magnetic antennas can be used for low-frequency signal tracking and field strength measurements.
The TW2410 and TW4421 are dual-feed GPS/GLONASS antennas from Tallysman's GNSS antenna range. The antennas cover the GPS L1, GLONASS G1 and SBAS (WAAS, EGNOS and MSAS) frequency band (1574 to 1606 MHz) and feature a dual-feed wideband patch element.
Steatite Q-par Antennas has launched the 0.5-8 GHz right- or left-hand circularly polarised spiral antenna fitted with an SMA-type connector. The spiral antenna provides broad beamwidth with low squint, smooth radiation patterns and purity of circular polarisation.