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Articles Tagged with ''antenna''

Rogers to highlight trio of antenna circuit materials at Mobile Antenna Systems 2012

Rogers Corp. will be displaying three of its leading high-performance circuit materials for mobile and fixed-site antennas at the upcoming Mobile Antenna Systems 2012 conference and exhibition. This key event for designers and specifiers of antennas for a wide range of fixed and mobile applications is scheduled for September 18-19, 2012 at the Hyatt Denver Tech Center (Denver, CO).


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A*STAR’s IME develops smallest antenna that can increase WiFi speed

Researchers from A*STAR’s Institute of Microelectronics (IME) have developed the first compact high performance silicon-based cavity-backed slot (CBS) antenna that operates at 135 GHz. The antenna demonstrated 30 times stronger signal transmission over on-chip antennas at 135 GHz. At just 1.6 mm x 1.2 mm, approximately the size of a sesame seed, it is the smallest silicon-based CBS antenna reported to date for ready integration with active circuits.


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CST webinar series 2012

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CST webinar series 2012CST is excited to announce a new series of technical webinars focusing on the major benefits of full wave simulation to the high frequency/high speed design process.


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Antenova adds cellular penta-band SMD antenna to gigaNOVA range

Antenova Ltd has added the Rubra A10393 cellular penta-band SMD antenna to the gigaNOVA® range of surface mount standard antennas. Designed for ease of integration into wireless devices, Rubra is suitable for an extensive range of embedded cellular applications such as tablets, tracking devices, femto base stations, remote monitoring and other M2M applications.


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Remcom announces major update to XGtd electromagnetic analysis software

p> Remcom announces a major update to XGtd®, a tool for analyzing far zone radiation, RCS, and EMI/EMC for electrically large platforms. The new version, Release 2.6, includes new functionality for radar cross section (RCS) applications including a more accurate hybrid model based on Physical Optics (PO) and the Method of Equivalent Currents (MEC), new output types for far zone RCS and antenna gain field points, ray path visualization to far zone field points, and visualization of edges considered by the calculation to be part of curved surfaces.


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