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Synzen Antennas Power Prometheus to Simplify IoT Prototyping and Speed Time-to-Market

Synzen Antennas Power Prometheus to Simplify IoT Prototyping - RF Cafe

Synzen Antennas Power Prometheus to Simplify IoT Prototyping and Speed Time-to-Market.

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Synzen LTE 4G and GNSS antenna solutions.

Taipei, Taiwan - February 8, 2022 - Synzen Precision Technology, a leading supplier of antennas and antenna module solutions, has teamed up with venture studio Next Big Thing AG (NBT) to produce the sensor-based LTE-M/NB-IoT development platform Prometheus which promises fast cellular IoT prototyping.

The new Prometheus platform showcases Synzen's leading expertise in LTE 4G and GNSS antenna solutions when combined with the latest Nordic nRF9160 module to provide unrivalled 4G connectivity combined with high performance and industry best GNSS positioning solutions.

The building blocks enabling the new mobility and IoT revolution are "always on" connected 4G cellular and accurate and reliable GNSS solutions, regardless of the operating environment.

For the Prometheus platform, the latest IoT sensor-based development platform designed to simplify prototyping and speed time to market for developers of IoT and Cloud-based solutions NBT chose two of the latest antenna solutions from Synzen Precision Technology: The OPALA (SZP-C-0L02) 4G LTE antenna and the industry leading low power FR4 active GNSS solution, PROXIMA (SZA-C-0G03).

"We wanted to ensure an optimised full band LTE performance to facilitate the wide range of sensors and interfaces which NBT had specified including mesh connectivity for short range communication and automatic switching between the NB-IoT and LTE-M cellular networks as well as offering advanced provisioning tools. The OPALA solution was found to work extremely well with the Nordic nRF9160 SiP and the selection of our latest PROXIMA low power active solution in an industry leading FR4 package helped enable a fully certified solution optimised for low power consumption over the full industrial temperature range of -40 to +85 degrees centigrade," said Synzen’'s Technical Director Chris Tomlin.

"Through intensive research and development. Our team has conducted a number of analyses and tests which have indicated that cellular IoT is more reliable than alternative low power (LPWANs). We selected Synzen Precision Technology antenna solutions as they offered market-leading performance when combined with the nRF9160 Nordic SiP giving us advantages in both connectivity and power consumption. We greatly benefitted from Synzen's design-in assistance which they provided through a local partner here in Germany," said Florian Heptner, Senior Hardware Engineer at Next Big Thing.

About Synzen Precision Technology

Synzen is an antenna and module product design company based in Taipei, Taiwan. What makes us different? It's all about support. We offer free technical support for the lifecycle of your product. We'll advise you on optimal placement, optimize the tuning and offer free testing to characterize the performance. Whether you are looking for a custom design or additional support for an ongoing project, we can help at any stage. Our team of engineers have a versatile skillset to allow fast design times for multiple antenna systems and a deep RF knowledge for antenna design/integration. For more information, sales inquiries, and contact details: www.synzen.com.tw  For more about NBT and Prometheus, please contact Megan Doyle: megan.doyle@nbt.ag

 

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Synzen Precision Technology, Ltd.

4F, No.58, Zhouzi St.

Neihu Dist., Taipei City, Taipei, 11493

Web: www.synzen.com.tw

E-Mail: Sales@synzen.com.tw

Phone: +886 (0) 2 2659 8030

 

 

Posted February 9, 2022

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