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Pasternack Launches Robust IoT Multiband Combination Antennas

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The following is a somewhat unexpected statement, but a.) it’s still an important and b.) it’s highly relevant to this news piece.

That statement:

“This sure is a good month for antennas.”

Okay, hear me out.

The long-story-short version of this is that Pasternack, an Infinite Electronics brand and a top provider of radio frequency (RF) products, has launched its state-of-the-art IoT multiband combination antennas. These IoT antennas utilize 4G, 5G, Wi-Fi and GPS technologies, making them quite valuable for base stations, fleet vehicles and fleet managers, as well as for emergency personnel and first-aid responders.

The longer version isn’t too much longer: It’s Halloween and Thanksgiving will be here before we know it, but earlier this October I published two other articles about IoT antennas. One of them (found here) covered Fairview Microwave, a supplier of on-demand RF and microwave products. (i.e. not dissimilar to Pasternack)

In fact, as fate would have it, both Fairview and Pasternack fall under the Infinite Electronics umbrella. I’m a sucker for a timely callback, so naturally this Pasternack news rang a bell.

Pasternack’s new IoT antennas reliably bridge multiple communication channels and enhance mobile connectivity. They come equipped with dedicated ports, supporting up to 10 leads, and their precision-driven GPS/GNSS functionality with LNA (with 26 dB gain) ensure users are always accurately pinpointed.

“The antennas feature a blend of diverse band elements consolidated in a single radome,” the official announcement read, “pushing the boundaries of conventional mobile network tools.” They feature FAKRA and SMA connectors with 17-foot cable leads, as well as MIMO capabilities and an IP69K rating, certifying them for both indoor and outdoor deployments.

"Pasternack strives to merge innovation with practicality," said Product Line Manager Kevin Hietpas. "With the introduction of our IoT multiband combination antennas, we aren’t just offering a product – we’re offering an experience that ensures robust, uninterrupted communications, especially when it matters the most."

Interested in additional technical specs? Read here.




Edited by Alex Passett
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