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SkyCross introduces high-performance, low-cost, compact 2.45-GHz printable antenna for Bluetooth applications
June 12, 2002
MELBOURNE, Fla. -- SkyCross, a leading developer of advanced wireless antenna solutions, introduced the wireless industry's highest performing 2.45 GHz printable antenna. The antenna is designed for wireless developers requiring a low-cost, compact antenna for Bluetooth wireless technology applications. A standard antenna is a three-dimensional structure that receives and transmits an RF signal. A printable antenna, however, is a two-dimensional, flat metallic surface that emits energy like a standard antenna, however, it can be printed directly onto a wireless device's circuit board, casing, etc. Although compact in size and less expensive to design, printable antennas typically have not featured the same high performance attributes of their three-dimensional counterparts. "Our patented antenna technology has allowed us to develop a 2.45 GHz printable antenna that features high gain and efficiency unmatched in the industry," said Alan Haase, CEO of SkyCross. "We now can provide Bluetooth developers with a low-cost, compact antenna solution without compromising RF performance-an industry first." SkyCross Inc.
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