Bonus Coverage: Antennas

May 2004
Portable Design;May2004, Vol. 10 Issue 5, p45
Several new antenna applications are described in this column which was published in the May 2004 edition of the periodical "Portable Design". The Quadnova antenna covers the Asian, European and American handsets, smart phones and personal digital assistants. The multiband wireless local area network (WLAN) external antennas provide universal WLAN frequency coverage and all European and Japanese WLAN applications. For demanding applications requiring internal or tightly integrated surface-mount antennas, the GeoHelix-SMP GPS needs only ten by 14 millimeters of board space.


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