Huber+Suhner set to debut radar antenna platform at Microwave Week

Wednesday 4 October 2017 | 09:00 CET | News
Huber+Suhner will unveil its new injection molded 3D structure radar antenna at European Microwave Week (EUMW) 2017, taking place in Nuremburg, 8-13 October. The company said the new platform will have a higher bandwidth of up to 15 percent compared to PCB technology. It provides beam forming and beam steering over the whole bandwidth, with less losses and more gain in the feeding network, providing the crucial reliability and long life that is needed in the automotive sector.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Huber+Suhner
Countries: Europe / Germany
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