Barcelona, June 28, 2018 – Need an easy antenna wireless design for your next project? Learn how to embed the latest antenna technology in the easiest possible way with the upcoming workshop: “Easy Chip Antenna Design for Mobile/IoT“.
The attendees will experience a full integration of a tiny, off the shelf, SMD antenna booster into a mobile/IoT device. The main goal of the course is to learn, design, build a complete antenna system for a wireless device.
Fractus Antennas invites RF Engineers, Electronic Engineers and Antenna Engineers for a full day workshop next October during the IoT World Congress week celebrated in Barcelona.
Part I: Ground Plane Booster Antenna Technology (1h)
• Ground plane boosters fundamentals
• Single band and multiband applications
• Other architectures (MIMO, Tunable solutions)
Part II: Design Using NI AWR Design Environment Platform – Microwave Office Circuit Simulation Software (2h)
• Design of a small antenna system at ISM (Industrial-Scientific-Medical)
• Design b of a multiband antenna system at 4G (824MHz-960MHz and 1710MHz-2690MHz)
• Both designs will start from scratch: from the initial S-parameter of a ground plane booster without matching network to the final design including the optimized matching network with a ground plane booster
Part III: Hardware Part – Design, Implementation and Measurement with Rohde & Schwarz Vector Network Analyzer (3h)
• Testing of the two cases designed in part II using a vector analyzer
• In-situ hands-on work starting from scratch: design, implement and test an IoT solution.
About Fractus Antennas
Barcelona-based Fractus Antennas SL designs, manufactures and commercializes miniature, off-the-shelf antennas for IoT, mobile connectivity, and short-range wireless devices. Founded as an independent antenna product business in 2015, Fractus Antennas was born out of the main Fractus operation and combines a respected R&D team with proven manufacturing capabilities and scale to bring to market a new generation of antenna products to meet the mobile and wireless connectivity needs of OEMs.