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Antenova ships new 3G,4G antennas for smallest PCBs

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Antenova said it started shipping its two newest antennas, Integra and Inversa. These new chip antennas are designed specifically to perform in 3G and 4G diversity applications with very small printed circuit boards (PCBs). At just 3.3mm high, the antennas are ultra-compact, so they can be used in slim-line devices that will be unobtrusive in use. The antennas perform efficiently with a small ground plane, and can even be used on PCBs as small as 65mm. Where the PCB is smaller than 75mm, Antenova provides an additional active tuning circuit to overcome bandwidth reductions.

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