Developing an effective antenna for IoT applications: Page 6 of 6

October 03, 2019 //By Matt McWhinney, Molex
Developing an effective antenna for IoT applications
Access to the internet is no longer restricted to devices intended for people; things that we may never interact with directly now account for billions of connections and that number is only going up. As vehicles become more connected, we will see increased demand for V2X, the rollout of 5G services will allow even more connectivity, while location-based services are increasing demand for GPS and GNSS functionality. All of these applications rely on wireless communications and, in many cases, they will be hidden from sight, located deep within large machines, vehicles or even structures like bridges.

To support its customers, Molex has also invested in antenna measurement technology, including field-scanning chambers to support product development, up to frequencies used in 5G transmissions. When used alongside its advanced simulation capabilities, this enables Molex to develop antennas that deliver high performance while still complying with SAR (Specific Absorption Rate) specifications. Once designed, Molex can also manufacture custom antennas, to meet the customer’s production needs. Molex not only designs antennas; its RF engineers are experts and are ready to assist customers’ design engineers investigate and document the performance of antennas in a system. If your application requires improved RF performance, consider turning to a Molex RF expert for assistance.

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