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Ultrasmall antenna suits wireless 2.4GHz apps

Posted: 04 Jul 2007 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:wireless headset? small embedded antenna? navigation devices? gigaNOVA standard antennas?

Antenova Ltd announced the addition of Fusca 2.4GHz antennathe smallest in the gigaNOVA range of standard antennas. Designed for ease of integration into a wireless devices, ultra-small Fusca 2.4GHz antenna is ideally suited for a wide range of embedded short range wireless applications such as Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, Wibree and ZigBee.

"Antenova's Fusca 2.4GHz antenna may be the smallest and most efficient embedded antenna for Bluetooth applications on the market," said Mike Edwards, VP of sales and marketing, Antenova. "With wireless devices continuing to add more and more features into smaller and smaller devices, PCB space has really become prime real estateso to speak. The Fusca is an ultrasmall 2.4GHz antenna that is a mere 4-by-3-by-1.1mm in size so takes up very minimal space. Fusca is particularly suitable for Bluetooth wireless headsets, personal navigation devices, portable media players and mobile phones."

The Fusca A10192-L is a highly efficient 2.4GHz antenna designed for use in all 2.4GHz applications. Fusca A10192-L is intended for SMD mounting and requires minimal groundplane. Fusca A10192-L is supplied in tape-on-reel and available now for volume purchase.

Antenova offers the gigaNOVA range of antenna solutions for GPS (1.575GHz) and the 2.4 and 5GHz bands. gigaNOVA standard antennas are designed for easy integration into wireless devices and are the smart choice for GPS, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, Wibree and ZigBee applications. Antenova also offers a full range of development support and RF testing to help reduce customization, design costs and accelerate time-to-market.

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