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The CC-Antenna-DK eases the decision for which type of low cost antenna can be implemented as well as to give an estimation of the performance that can be achieved. The frequency range of the antennas is from 136MHz to 2480MHz. The A4 sized PCB panel contains 16 different boards; 13 antenna designs and 3 boards for calibration purposes. Each board has been v cut and can be snapped out of the PCB panel. All antennas are tuned for connecting to an EM board on the EB platform. A matching network is used on each antenna design so the antenna boards can matched for other GND sizes than the EB board. DN031 categorizes the antennas under the operating frequency (169MHz, 315MHz, 433MHz, 868 / 915MHz or 2.44GHz) and then the type of antenna (PCB Antennas, Chip Antennas, and Wire Antennas). The main focus is on PCB, Wire and Chip antennas, since these are mainly used in high volume products. Also, this will set a bench mark for evaluation of future new antennas.
  • Antenna radiation pattern were stated as horizontal and vertical polarizations in XY, XZ & YZ planes
  • Each board has a height of 95mm and a width of 20mm to 45mm.




16 different boards( 13 antenna designs and 3 boards for calibration purposes)

Product Information

Texas Instruments
Wireless Connectivity
RF Transceiver
169MHz, 315MHz, 433MHz, 868MHz, 915MHz, Antenna
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