Antenova M2M is now shipping its first orders for the TransferJet coupler, Zoma (SR4T014). In addition, it is working with Icoteq to build TransferJet designs for customers worldwide.
Intended to transfer multimedia data (e.g., photos to a TV screen), TransferJet is a close-proximity wireless transfer technology that radiates very low-power radio waves. It combines the speed of ultra-wide band networking with near-field communications (NFC) and operates over short ranges. TransferJet uses a coupler as opposed to an antenna.
Antenova is working with Icoteq, which developed a sensor board for high-speed data upload using TransferJet. The 50 mm × 40 mm board feature an Atmel SAMS70/SAMV70 microprocessor and Antenova’s TransferJet coupler.
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