Rugged Antennas Tackle RFID Systems

May 31, 2007
M/A-COM (Tyco Electronics) has launched a line of ruggedized RFID antennas for use in baler and compactor applications. The MAAN-000210-AT0000 antennas provide typical gain of 2.5 dB with a 3-dB beamwidth of 130 deg. and typical VSWR of 1.50:1. The RFID ...

M/A-COM (Tyco Electronics) has launched a line of ruggedized RFID antennas for use in baler and compactor applications. The MAAN-000210-AT0000 antennas provide typical gain of 2.5 dB with a 3-dB beamwidth of 130 deg. and typical VSWR of 1.50:1. The RFID antennas feature multidirectional conduit access holes and a removable connector access panel for more efficient installation. The connector housing is removable for use in National Electrical Manufacturer's Assocation (NEMA) enclosures. For more information on the RFID antennas, visit the Tyco Electronics' M/A-COM website at: http://www.macom.com/

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