AMC-ANTEP0624P - PCB antenna for cellular/LTE applications

The AMC-ANTEP0624P is a rigid fibreglass PCB antenna suitable for cellular/LTE applications.

The Alpha Micro AMC-ANTEP0624P rigid fibreglass PCB antenna is ideal for cellular/LTE applications.

The antenna measures 89.7mm(L) x 14.1mm(W) x 0.8mm(D) and is supplied as standard with 1.37mm coax cable and a U.FL connector.

* For optimum performance the antenna may require tuning by adjusting the cable length and/or adding a matching circuit (typically 3 components) to the antenna connection on the application PCB.

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Antenna and Electrical Specifications

Parameters

Cellular/LTE Antenna

Standards

2G/3G/4G

Band (MHz)

700/850/900

1700/1800/1900/2100

2600

Frequency (MHz)

698 - 960

1710 - 2170

2500 - 2700

Return Loss (dB)

~-15.1

~-12.5

~-9.0

VSWR

~1.5:1

~1.8:1

~2.1:1

Efficiency (%)

~45

~48

~48

Peak Gain (dBi)

~0.3

~1.5

~2.8

Average Gain (dB)

~-3.5

~-3.3

~-3.1

Impedance (Ohms)

50

Polarisation

Linear

Radiation Pattern

Omni-Directional

Max. Input Power (W)

25

Connector Type

Specify (U.FL - standard)

Cable Length

Any cable length (150mm - standard)

Cable Type

Other cables available (1.37 mini coax - standard)

Measurement Conditions:

  • Mounted on 300mm x 300mm x 2.5mm ABS plate
  • 150mm of 1.37mm mini coax cable
  • Measured in certified CTIA 3D anechoic chamber

Mechanical and Environmental Specifications

Mounting Type

Adhesive mount

Dimensions (mm)

89.7 x 14.1 x 0.8

Adhesive type

3M 467

Material

Rigid fibreglass

Operating Temperature (°C)

-40 to +85

Storage Temperature (°C)

-40 to +85

Substance Compliance

RoHS

AlphaMicro_AMC-ANTEP0624P_Dimensions

Part  Number Description Cable Length/ Type Connector

AMC-ANTEP0624P-aaa-bbbcccc

Cellular/LTE PCB antenna         
150mm (standard) / 1.37mm micro-coax U.FL (standard)

aaa - connector type

bbb - cable type

cccc - cable length in mm

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Last updated: 17 February 2017