Small Antenna Infiltrates LPWAN, IoT, And Smart City Markets

Measuring 12 mm x 11 mm x 1.6 mm, the Grandis, part number SR42I010, is a SMD antenna that is reportedly smaller than comparable components while delivering enhanced performance in the 863 to 870 MHz and 902 to 928 MHz bands. It targets the growing M2M and IoT applications using the LPWAN protocols. The antenna employs a ground plane to radiate, and is designed to be placed in the corner of the PCB.


Antenova Ltd.

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