Blade Antenna Integrates LTE CatM1

Antenova’s latest blade antenna for LTE Cat M1. LTE Cat M1 is an IoT-friendly version of LTE that provides enough bandwidth for data communication while maintaining a long battery life. The company also offers a reference design for a small but high performing On Board Device (OBDII).


The blade antenna, part no SR4G055, measures 41 mm x 22 mm x 0.9 mm and operates in the 4G/LTE frequencies 698 to 894 MHz and 1710 to 2,155 MHz. Antenova also offers Bluetooth and GNSS antennas that can be added and will co-exist happily on-board.

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As well as OBDIIs, the reference design is also suitable for any LTE CatM1or mobile application, for example trackers, portable devices, drones, network devices, smart metering, dashboard equipment and telematics. Antenova will be showing a working demonstration of the OBDII device, with two PCBs and the antenna connected at CES, and Embedded World. For more information visit Antenova.

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