5G is here and brings with it the promise of much higher data rates, lower latency, and increased network capacity.
5G systems are occupying a large portion of the available sub-6 GHz spectrum previously and currently used for 4G connectivity. One of the new aspects of 5G is that millimeter-wave capability is now available for broad commercial use. Along with the use of millimeter-wave spectrum comes the requirement to develop capable and cost-effective radio architectures that can be implemented in commercial products.
These radio systems will require beam-steering arrays, capable of scanning over wide angular regions.
The Taoglas TG.55.8113 is a 5G/4G monopole antenna, designed primarily for use with modules and devices that require high efficiency and peak gain.
The Shockwave TLS.90.205111 is a mechanically robust, IP69K rated, external antenna operating at both 868 MHz and 915 MHz with 2 meter of low loss TGC-200 and SMA(M) connector.