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Embedded antenna for use in compact or portable devices targeting WiFi/WLAN

Linx Technologies nanoSplatchTM nSP250 Dual-Band WiFi/WLAN Antenna - RF CafeMerlin, Oregon - July 15, 2019 - Linx Technologies, a Merlin, OR based developer and manufacturer of antennas, is pleased to introduce the nanoSplatch™ nSP250 dual-band WiFi/WLAN antenna for embedded applications. nanoSplatch antennas are a reduced-size evolution of Linx Technologies successful surface-mount embedded Splatch™ and microSplatch™ antennas.

The nanoSplatch™ nSP250 is an ideal embedded antenna for use in compact or portable devices targeting WiFi/WLAN and other 2.4 GHz or 5.8 GHz ISM frequency band technologies such as Bluetooth® and ZigBee®. The surface-mount nSP250 antenna uses just 80.6 mm2 of board space and costs under one dollar in volume. In addition, Linx designed the antenna to accommodate close proximity effects better than similar antennas. This makes it especially well-suited for Internet of Things (IoT) and low-power wide-area (LPWA) network applications. The nSP250 also covers the U-NII frequency bands from 5.15 GHz to 5.85 GHz.

"The nanoSplatch™ nSP250 represents Linx Technologies' commitment to our customers to continually drive cost and performance boundaries to achieve Linx's motto of Wireless Made Simple®," said Linx Technologies President and CEO, Tolga Latif. "We are particularly excited about the nanoSplatch because of its immunity to proximity effects like those from a nearby human body. This, coupled with the price point we can achieve, makes it well suited for consumer or commercial IoT applications including wearable devices."

The nanoSplatch nSP250 is available today in tape and reel packaging via Linx Technologies' distributor and manufacturer representative networks.

About Linx Technologies

Linx Technologies strives to make every engineer a hero in record time™ by minimizing the risk, delays, and technical challenges for design engineers to make their products wireless and connect to the Internet of Things (IoT). Linx manufactures wireless components including antennas, modules, remote controls and RF connectors. If you choose to incorporate our components in your design, we relentlessly focus on ensuring your successful product launch. Our tag line is Wireless Made Simple™, meaning that we specialize in making the complex world of radio frequency easy for engineers of all skill levels to use. Unlike other wireless suppliers, every aspect of our products, documentation, support, and design experience are specifically crafted to achieve Wireless Made Simple.

Contact Info:

Rick Stuby
Director of Marketing
Linx Technologies
E-Mail: rickst@linxtechnologies.com
Phone: 1-541-472-3761
Web: linxtechnologies.com

 

 

Posted July 16, 2019

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