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Ilse Jurrien
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Cell phone antenna technology

content type Press information Mail the editor Posted by Ilse Jurrien
Wednesday, November 18th 2009 - 20:00 CET - Comments: 0
A ntennas for Mobile Devices: New Technologies, New Opportunities," from the Strategy Analytics RF & Wireless Component market research service, explores new cell phone antenna technologies and the companies helping to avert an impending crisis in cell phone antennas. Asif Anwar, Director of the GaAs and High Speed Semiconductor service, added, “As outlined in the report, the new cell phone antenna technologies will add a new dimension to the cellular RF front business, affecting power amp, switch-module, filter and chipset suppliers, as well as the way OEMs do business.”
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Christopher Taylor, Director of the RF and Wireless Components service and author of the report, stated, "Future cell phone devices will have to handle seven or more primary cellular bands, diversity antennas, and three or more bands for connectivity peripherals, placing difficult performance demands on cell phone antennas - among these, the need for several small antennas placed in close proximity to each other and the users' head and hand. Device makers hope to avert an cell phone antenna crisis by teaming with antenna specialists, such as Laird, Tyco, Pulse, Ethertronics and Skycross, to make use of new antenna technologies that will include tunable and active cell phone antennas. If successful, these technologies and companies will help propel the market for antennas for wireless mobile devices to more than 5 billion units in 2014."


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