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Antenna Factor Press Release - February 4, 2011

Antenna Factor's Tiny Antenna Now Available Now in 418 MHz and 433 MHz Click to visit the Antenna Factror website

Antenna Factor's Tiny Antenna Now Available Now in 418 MHz and 433 MHzMerlin, Oregon -- February 4, 2011 --

Antenna Factor’s WRT Series antennas are now available in 418 MHz and 433 MHz models. The WRT Series antennas are ideally suited for applications such as wireless vending, security, traffic or power equipment which require an unobtrusive, tamper-resistant antenna solution. The 418 MHz and 433 MHz WRT Series antennas provide the same favorable performance characteristics as our antennas with center frequencies of 868 MHz, 916 MHz and 2.45 GHz.

The antenna features a small 27 mm high radome that installs through a small hole on the product and is anchored by a threaded base. An adhesive foam compression ring resists the elements. The antenna has an integral counterpoise, reducing the need for a proximity ground plane. The antenna's coax feed is available with SMA or RP-SMA terminations. Alternative coax lengths, connectors and custom colors are available for volume OEM customers.

WRT Series antennas are available immediately and priced under $7.00 each in volume quantities. More information may be obtained by contacting Antenna Factor at (800) 489-1634 or by visiting www.antennafactor.com.


Contact:

Conrad Jordan
Antenna Factor
159 Ort Lane
Merlin, OR 97532
www.antennafactor.com
Phone: (541) 956-0931
Fax: (541) 471-6251
conradjo@linxtechnologies.com











Posted 2/6/2011
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