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Two New Flexible Antennas for Positioning Applications

Antenova Ltd recently added two new positioning antennas—Bentoni and Asper—to its suite of flexible FPC antennas. Intended for use in portable devices, trackers, and wearables, the Bentoni positioning antenna is designed for all the global public satellite constellations: GPS, GLONASS, Beidou, and GALILEO. A dual antenna with two separate antenna systems in a single form factor, the Asper combines a 1559-to-1609-MHz antenna with a 2.4-to-2.5-GHz antenna in the same part for positioning applications with wireless connectivity as well. It’s intended for sports cameras, trackers, wearable electronics, and more.Antennova Asper 2

The Bentoni and Asper antennas are the latest flexible FPC antennas in Antenova’s flexiiANT product suite. Supplied with a I-PEX MHF connector and a 1.13-mm RF cable (available in three lengths), you can fold them to save space within a device.

Source: Antenova


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