Antennas Chew On Bluetooth Apps

April 1, 2001

The BlueChip antenna is an internal antenna that achieves high-gain performance with a wide bandwidth. The MicroBlue antenna features a .03" thick footprint and provides 3 dB of gain. It is also customizable for high-volume embedded applications in either board- or cable-mount configurations.
Both antennas cover a frequency range from 2.4 to 2.5 GHz and are omnidirectional along the azimuth plane. The Bluetooth and WLAN applications include IEEE 802.11, HomeRF and OpenAir.

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