Our Core Competency is Designing & Integrating High Performance Systems for Next Generation Technology
We are a leading developer of antenna solutions for next gen technologies in both old and new spectra, from ultra-low power systems for IIoT to 5G NR mmWave systems at 24 GHz and up. One of our core competencies is designing complex multi-band systems that integrate many antennas within a single housing, where rigorous noise rejection is key to high performance.
Our design approach combines standard modeling with over-the-air throughput testing in dedicated test facilities to assure that our products deliver superb performance in the real world. We work closely with leading wireless chipset manufacturers, carriers, OEMs, and ODMs to stay on the cutting edge of new wireless technology and deliver optimal system performance.
Wireless System Complexity
Our customers demand an ever increasing number of antennas per device and increasing antenna system complexity in support of the evolving and new ways to wirelessly connect. 802.11 standards are expanding and evolving in terms of multi-carrier and multi user MIMO schemes, with a path to higher efficiency WLAN through Wi-Fi 6 and 6E (802.11ax), as well as through the introduction of new frequency bands through Wi-Fi Halo™, WiGig, and White-Fi. Short range wireless technologies such as Z-Wave and ZigBee continue to evolve while they gain popularity within the HAN (Home Area Network) space, for applications such as home automation, security, and remote control.
As the number of wireless standards and antennas per device increases, the technical challenges for the antenna system increase such as co-existence and isolation. With our unique and innovative integration technology, we have developed ways to integrate additional antennas for optimal antenna performance while minimizing the effects on isolation. Particularly with MIMO 4×4 and MIMO 8×8 technology, we are able to achieve high output and performance of Wi-Fi 802.11 ac/n, reliability, range, and coverage, with our role in optimal beam forming.