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Antennas & Filters

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Radiating cable improves in-building wireless by Klaus Haas and Gregor Veithen
An old but interesting and useful article on radiating cable antennas. It describes using of radiating cable  (leaky feeders) instead of antennas in a DECT system.

Antennas
Allector Innovations AB
Company website
ALLECTOR is a Swedish high-tech company, developing, manufacturing antennas and other antenna related products for the wireless communication industries. The four founders have together more than 90 years of experience in developing, manufacturing, and sales of antennas.

Terminal antennas for DECT phones - fully customised products on request.

Small base station antennas
Base station antennas with gain between 0 and 16 dB. Fully customized products on request.

Ascom
Company website

Embedded Antenna for DECT Handsets & Basestations

Centurion
Company website

Whisper Unidirectional Antenna - designed to blend in anywhere - residential, campus or commercial. Typical applications include wireless local loop, in-building wireless (voice and data), ULAN, DECT, WPBX, and broadband Internet access.

Cushcraft 
Company website
Antennas for DECT Mhz ranges.

Goodwin
Company website
GOODWIN offers receiving/transmitting subscriber antennas that provide duplex radiochannel between a subscriber (portable part) and a base station (fixed part) in cordless communication systems based on DECT:
   
AA-1 Antenna is a half-wave non-symmetric vibrator 7dB gain
    AA-2 Antenna is a symmetric long vibrator of a special form 11dB gain

The antennas are allocated above the screen and housed in sealed thermoplastic cases.

Hoeft & Wessel
Company website
Also see their data-unwired range
Download a full overview of their data-unwired range (pdf)

E18370 External DECT Planar Antenna, BNC. Features: 7dBi directional characteristics, Articulation for optimum beam adjustment, 1,5 m cable with BNC male connector, Usage for DECT devices with BNC antenna connector, Suitable for ceiling or wall mounting, Indoor and outdoor application. See data sheet -> E18370.pdf (152K).

E18373 External DECT Planar Antenna, SMA. Features: 7dBi directional characteristics, Articulation for optimum beam adjustment, 1,5 m cable with SMA male connector, Usage for DECT devices with SMA antenna connector, Suitable for ceiling or wall mounting, Indoor and outdoor application. See data sheet -> E18373.pdf (152K).

E18372 External DECT Swivel Antenna, BNC. Features: Omnidirectional characteristics, BNC male connector, Usage for DECT devices with BNC antenna connector, Antenna cover: polyurethane, Swivel mechanism: polycarbonate, Color: black. See data sheet -> E18372.pdf (23K).

E18374 External DECT Swivel Antenna, SMA. Features: Omnidirectional characteristics, SMA male connector, Usage for DECT devices with SMA antenna connector, Antenna cover: polyurethane, Swivel mechanism: polycarbonate, Color: black. See data sheet -> E18374.pdf (22K).

Kathrein
Company website
WLL antennas in the DECT band

Sira Sistemi Radio, Italy
Company website
Sira was founded in 1977 by a group of experts in the telecommunications field and specialized in RF Technology.

DECT Antennas - Download PDF File.
PTEL 100 Omnidirectional antenna 4.5 dBi

Other Antennas previously available:
PTEL-101 Customisable antenna with adjustable gain for DECT 4-12 dBi
PTEL-110 Omnidirectional antenna 2 dBi
PTEL-115/A Dual polarisation omnidirectional antenna 4.2 dBi
PTEL-120 Single panel dual polarisation 8.6 dBi(V), 9 dBi(H)
PTEL-140 Dual panel dual polarisation 9 dBi
(band options for 1880-1900, 1900-1920, 1920-1930, 1880-1930 MHz)
PTEL-140 Panel antenna for DECT 2-way diversity operation 9.5 dBi
(polarisation options for V/V, V/H, RHCP/LHCP)
PTEL-141 Dual panel for DECT space diversity configuration 9dBi
PTEL-150 Integrated system of DECT antennas with double lobe 6dBi
PTEL-201 Self adjusting antenna for DECT wireless local loop 11 dBi

Thales Antennas
Company Website
Part of the Thales Group, it provides antenna product portfolio which includes the new dynamic environment of third generation cellular base station antennas.

Base Station and Inbuilding Antennas for DECT DIRECTIONAL & OMNI-DIRECTIONAL.

Xian Haitian Antenna Technologies Co., Ltd
Company website
XAHT is a specialized developer and manufacturer of antennas for various wireless systems such as mobile communication base station and outstation, and those applicable on ships and vehicles with particular focus within the China market.

Professional antenna maker, experience of producing 350,000 antennas since 1992 (July 2001)
550 employees, manufacturing area 50,000 square meters
R&D team: 150 engineers of senior titles or of high academic degrees, with HT R&D Institute as the base
Quality Standards: ISO9001 Certificate, GJB/Z19001 Certificate

WLL/PHS 1900MHz Base Station Antenna

WLL 2.4GHz & 1.8GHz Antenna

zeeWAVES Systems Inc.
Company Website

zeeWAVES develops wireless antennas and security systems for wireless infrastructure.

2.4 GHz antennas - Directional and omnidirectional antennas

 

Filters
We would like to include information on filter suppliers - please e-mail info to admin@dectweb.com for inclusion - thank you.

Dynex Semiconductor Ltd
Company Website

See their Saw Filter Product section


Panasonic

Filters (PDF File)

TEMEX Components
Company website
TEMEX is a subsidiary of the TEKELEC Group. TEMEX is involved in the electronic components, Telecom, ISM, Space & Defence industries

Filters for DECT

 

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