Published 08-06-2021
| Article appears in June 2021 Issue

Mouser now shipping Laird Connectivity’s MIMO vehicle antennas

04-06-2021
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Laird Connectivity multiple-in multiple-out (MIMO) vehicle antennas are now available through Mouser Electronics, a leading distributor with a wide selection of semiconductors and electronic components.

These rugged, high-performance products offer engineers multi-port 4G/LTE, dual-band Wi-Fi, and active Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS + GLONASS) antennas supporting GPS and compass/Beidou navigation systems.

The Laird Connectivity antennas feature three, four, or five ports and multiple radiators under a single housing to offer excellent cross-horizon Wi-Fi and cellular coverage for today’s evolving mobile communication hubs. Collectively, the antennas cover the 698 MHz–960 MHz, 1710 MHz–2700 MHz, 2300 MHz–2700 MHz, and 4900 MHz–5900 MHz frequency ranges. They also include an active 1559 MHz–1606 MHz GNSS antenna that offers excellent out-of-band rejection via two-stage filtering, providing more than 80dB isolation.

Housed in a low-profile, rugged enclosure that meets IP67 and EN61373 shock and absorption and EN50155 temperature and humidity standards, these antennas are ideal for FirstNet/public safety, passenger fleet, commercial vehicle fleet, rail, and transit applications.

To learn more, visit https://www.mouser.com/new/laird-connectivity/laird-mimo-antennas/.

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