Infernal pentaband antenna suits portable devices

December 2004
Portable Design;Dec2004, Vol. 10 Issue 12, p34
The article presents information on Pentanova antennas. They cover the GSM 850, GSM 900, DCS 1800, PCS 1900 and WCOMA 2100 bands and is suitable for cellular handsets, smart phones and PDAs. According to the manufacturer, this is the smallest internal pentaband antenna in the world, with a volume of about 4 cubic centimeters. Pentanova has superb detuning characteristics, thanks to the properties of the manufacturer's High Dielectric Antenna technology. As a result, components can be placed close to the antenna and will have less interference than conventional technology. The Pentanova can fit into all sizes of mobile phones, offering the ability to use one component for all models.


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