Virtual Antenna Technology: The Flexible and Off-the-Shelf Mobile Antenna Solution
November 28, 2013 // Aurora Andújar // 0 commentsDownload White Paper 1Mo
The fast pace of the wireless industry puts an enormous time-to-market pressure on the engineering of every new mobile device. Being in the heart of every mobile product, the design of the RF front-end and in particular, the antenna, becomes especially cumbersome as every product currently requires a fully customized antenna.
Fractus’ new Virtual Antenna technology has been conceived to address this particular issue, proposing a new standard antenna element, the miniature mXTEND Antenna Booster, to virtually replace every customized antenna in virtually every mobile product.
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