Antenna Factor Press Release - June 3, 2009
Another Breakthrough from Antenna Factor -
Oregon -- June 3, 2009 -- Antenna Factor's popular Splatch
embeddable antenna is now available in the Medical Implant Communication
Service (MICS) frequency band. The antenna is centered at 403 MHz and
designed to cover from 402-405 MHz, making it well suited for MICS as
well as a wide variety of general RF applications. By utilizing a proprietary
grounded-line technique, the "Splatch" achieves excellent performance
in a compact surface mount package. Unlike many compact antennas, the
Splatch exhibits good stability in proximity to objects and persons.
The antenna is RoHS compliant and designed for hand or automated assembly.
It measures 1.1"L x 0.5"W x 0.062"H, exhibits a 50-ohm characteristic
impedance, and has a typical VSWR of less than 1.9. The antenna costs
less than $1.00 in volume and will be available along with an evaluation
kit in January, 2009.
the 'Splatch' Antenna
for MICS Band
Our staff will be glad to provide additional
product information upon request.
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Merlin, OR 97532
Phone: (541) 956-0931
Fax: (541) 471-6251
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