IoT multi-band antennas elevate vehicle and base station connectivity

31-10-2023 | Pasternack | Passives

Pasternack has introduced its state-of-the-art IoT multi-band combination antennas. Developed for vehicles, fleets and pivotal base stations, these multi-band antennas are set to revolutionise how industries perceive and use mobile connectivity.

The latest from the company's innovation lab combines the potency of 4G, 5G, Wi-Fi and GPS bands within a singular, sleek radome. This harmonious fusion ensures that emergency teams, on-the-move fleets and first responders can guarantee an unwavering link, no matter where duty calls.

Delving deeper into the technology, the antennas offer a blend of diverse band elements consolidated in a single radome, pushing the boundaries of conventional mobile network tools.

Facilitated with FAKRA and SMA connectors and extended 17' cable leads, setup and operations are seamless. Beyond its technical prowess, the antenna has an IP69K rating, certifying it for indoor and outdoor deployments.

MIMO capabilities enhance data transmission speeds and reliability, providing consistent high-bandwidth connections. Designed with aesthetics in mind, the UV-stabilised ABS construction of the antennas is obtainable in versatile black and white finishes.

The tangible benefits of the company's IoT multi-band antennas are a testament to their exceptional design. They offer dedicated connectivity ports for 4G/5G, Wi-Fi, and GPS, capable of supporting up to ten leads. Their GPS/GNSS component, enhanced with LNA and amplified by a 26dB gain, promises impeccable navigation and tracking precision.

"Pasternack strives to merge innovation with practicality," said product line manager Kevin Hietpas. "With the introduction of our IoT multi-band antennas, we are not just offering a product but an experience that ensures robust, uninterrupted communications, especially when it matters the most."

By Seb Springall