HUBER+SUHNER to debut superior injection molded 3D radar antenna

October 03, 2017 // By Jean-Pierre Joosting
HUBER+SUHNER will unveil its new injection molded 3D structure radar antenna at European Microwave Week (EUMW) 2017 next week

Superior to standard PCB antennas, injection molded 3D radar antenna will have a higher bandwidth of up to 15 percent compared to PCB technology. It provides beam forming and beam steering over the whole bandwidth, with less losses and more gain in the feeding network, providing the crucial reliability and long life that is needed in the automotive sector.

“When expanding wireless networks and improving receiving stations, you have to ensure quality performance, stability and reliability,” said Alexander Post, Market Manager RF Automotive at HUBER+SUHNER. “Our new technology is almost lossless, making a real difference by providing the critically strong signal strength that higher loss PCB antennas cannot offer.”

HUBER+SUHNER will also demonstrate its expertise in test and measurement, showcasing the newly launched SUCOFLEX 526V and 526S assemblies. Not only are these assemblies extremely flexible and easy to use, thanks to their unique design, they also deliver best-in-class phase and amplitude stability with flexure, movement, temperature and tensile stress.

RF-energy experts will also be discussing the company's latest RF-technology and how using solid-state generated and amplified RF-power brings a completely new user experience to applications such as cooking and mass production processes.

“Connectors and cables used in the communications industry are often not the perfect solution for RF-energy appliances,” said Hannes Grubinger, Market Manager at HUBER+SUHNER. “To gain key features such as mechanical freedom and low losses, a launcher structure is very useful and cost effective, especially when implemented with injection molded metalized parts and alternative structures.”

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