TAG: antennas

Taoglas launches Engager Logarithmic Periodic Dipole Antenna series

September 7, 2016By

Taoglas, provider of IoT and M2M antenna solutions, has launched the Engager Logarithmic Periodic Dipole Antenna (LPDA) series in booth No. 4849 at CTIA Super Mobility 2016. The wide-band directional antenna series offers high gain at multiple frequencies, including all cellular 2G/3G and 4G LTE bands globally for all carriers and networks, the company says in a news release. In... read more

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GNSS, radars assist in all-weather vehicle positioning

September 6, 2016By
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Everyone talks about the weather, but nobody does anything about it — right? Our lead authors this month are doing something about it. The July cover story of GPS World magazine was titled “See into the Smoke with Inertial.” This month’s feature could have been called “See into the Fog with CDGNSS,” but we just didn’t have room in the... read more

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NovAtel releases 2 triple-frequency marine GNSS antennas

August 22, 2016By
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NovAtel Inc. has introduced the GPS-713-GGG-N and GPS-713-GGGL-N ATEX-qualified triple-frequency GNSS antennas with an Inmarsat rejection filter. Based on the company’s pinwheel technology, the antennas offer multi-constellation reception of L1, L2 and L5 GPS; L1, L2 and L3 GLONASS; B1 and B2 BeiDou; as well as E1 and E5 a/b Galileo frequencies. The GPS-713-GGGL-N also supports L-Band from 1525 to 1560 megahertz. The same antenna can be used... read more

Taoglas opens IoT design center in San Diego

February 12, 2016By
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Antenna maker Taoglas USA has opened a facility in San Diego for its North American customers. In the midst of explosive wireless device growth in the Internet of Things (IoT) market,  the company has quadrupled the original size of its local facility — now more than 16,000 square feet. The new Taoglas IoTx Center offers a fully equipped design and test location that supports... read more

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Innovation: Null-steering antennas

February 11, 2016By
FIGURE 1. Geometry of antenna array consisting of seven dual-frequency (L1, L2), dual polarized (RHCP, LHCP) elements arranged on a circular ground plane.

Assessing the performance of multi-antenna interference-rejection techniques
Several factors affect the levels of signal rejection using antenna arrays. Our authors describe experiments to assess the bounds the factors impose on its signal rejection capability. read more

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ION GNSS+ 2015: NovAtel debuts new antennas

November 19, 2015By

Neil Gerein, segment manager of defense and NAVWAR for NovAtel, talks about the company’s newest antenna technology at ION GNSS+ 2015 in Tampa, Fla. Learn about NovAtel’s receiver technology and SPAN technology, which were also presented at the show. read more

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Tallysman Introduces High-Gain, High-Rejection Timing Antennas

September 30, 2015By
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Antenna maker Tallysman announces the availability of a family of high-gain (50 dB) and high-rejection timing antennas. The antennas are specifically designed for timing applications in high-density cell/telecommunications tower applications where high levels of near-out-of-band interfering signals can be expected. They feature a 50-dB LNA gain to handle long cable runs often associated with installation on telecommunications towers. The TW3150/52 antennas cover... read more

Survey Market Key to Maxtena’s Growth

September 13, 2015By

Exhibiting at CTIA Super Mobility 2015, Vanja Maric, director of sales and marketing for Rockville, Maryland-based antenna-maker Maxtena, pointed out the challenge that exists for antenna makers in an uncertain drone market: forecasting what will happen next and planning for that future. “The problem with the drone space its so volatile and so fragmented, and it’s very, very hard to... read more

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