One antenna serves the needs of multiple front-ends/power amplifiers by separating an incoming signal via bandpass filters into two or more constituent bands.
Miniaturization of key components and systems will allow next-generation wireless designers to provide smaller, more efficient radios and radio subsystems.
A review of key performance metrics to consider when selecting the optimal antenna for your specific application.
This article interexamines the trade-offs between ference, range, and speed that need to be considered when choosing to operate in the 5 GHz band or the 2.4 GHz band.
2.4 GHz is a sweet spot for modern-day RF design can be demonstrated by mentioning a few well-known names: Bluetooth, ZigBee, Wi-Fi and WLAN.
Today, just about every mobile device has at least one internal antenna, with many devices sporting three or more to provide wireless communications for functions.