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Pulse Electronics Corp. introduces a high performance programmable antenna that enables LTE connectivity on mobile-connected laptop computers. The antenna can switch frequencies easily to accommodate both low and high operating bands. With a maximum height of 1mm, this low profile antenna fits the design of ultra thin laptops.
The Rohde & Schwarz ETC mid-range, multistandard TV analyzer supports the ISDB-T, DVB-T and DVB-T2 digital terrestrial standards.
Matching circuits for antennas and other RF components based on 3D models can now be easily optimized by designers who use FEKO together with Optenni Lab.
PCTEL Inc. announced that the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office notified PCTEL that its patent application, which describes an invention that will protect antenna installations from vandalism, will issue as U.S. patent number 8,162,698 on April 24, 2012.
LPRS, supplier of short-range radio devices, has been appointed by Shenzhen Arronna Antennas Co. Ltd. as the exclusive distributor in Europe for the company’s comprehensive range of antennas.
Diamond Antenna Europe BVBA has been formed as a joint venture between AML Microtechnique Lorraine S.A. and Diamond Antenna and Microwave Corp. to manufacture rotary joints in Metz, France. The venture will provide production, customer service, and sales to designated European markets.
A novel and low cost antenna design offering efficient performance across multiple frequency bands is available from Ploughshare Innovations.
Richardson RFPD Inc. announces immediate availability and full design support capabilities for a new family of GPS modules featuring SiRFstarIV™ GPS technology from Maestro-Wireless Solutions . These modules are offered in flash and ROM memory versions, as well as a highly-integrated GPS/Smart antenna version, to best meet varying application requirements.
RFMD announced the expansion of its product portfolio to include new 3G/4G antenna control solutions optimized to solve complex RF requirements of 3G/4G smartphones.
Spirent Communications announced that several companies and government research organizations in the Asia Pacific region are using the Spirent VR5 HD Spatial Channel Emulator to test implementations of advanced MIMO beamforming.