Molex’s New Antennas for ISM and Cellular Applications

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Molex leads the pack in innovative electronic technologies, and their newest in antennae are no exception. The 2042870100 and the 2047740001 are a selection of omni-directional antennae with linear polarization for RF communications.

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The 2042870100 is a flex antenna specialized for industrial, scientific and medical (ISM) uses on the 433 MHz band. The stand-alone antenna has an integrated cable for connecting to the rest of an associated PCB and has a miniscule 0.7 dBi gain. It sports a fairly small footprint of 90 x 40 mm for embedding into your system, and is designed for Neul, SigFoz, Z-Wave and Zigbee communication protocols.

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The 2047740001 is a ceramic antenna for cellular (2, 3 and 4G), SigFox and Zigbee wireless protocols. Measuring in with a compact 33 x 6 mm surface-mounted package, the 2047740001 operates in a penta-band configuration over the 790 to 2700 MHz frequency bands. The ceramic antenna has only a 4.8 dBi gain over its frequency range.

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The new antennae from Molex are an ideal way to incorporate wireless connectivity protocols into your design easily with minimal PCB crowding. It’s a surefire way to expand the possibilities of any ISM or cellular product.

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