The most recent IoT antenna from Novocomms gives efficiency on the lowest worth

Novocomms announced the global launch of the FPCB LTE 4G antenna. The FPCB LTE 4G is the newest member of the British technology company’s patented multi-channel antenna for use in the Internet of Things (IoT).

Novocomms has invested heavily to provide its customers with tailored technical support – unique in the industry.

The company’s highly qualified engineering team has many years of industry experience in providing solutions within the IoT supply chain.

The Novocomms antenna series already offers outstanding performance in the hardware of leading computer and consumer goods brands worldwide.

Dr. Sampson Hu, Founder and CEO of Novocomms, explains the launch of the FPCB LTE 4G at the company’s UK headquarters: “Our reputation for delivering excellent antennas at a competitive price is further strengthened with the introduction of the FPCB LTE 4G.

‘Our unique advantage is that we offer a tailor-made service. Our competitors do not offer this individual one-to-one support and we guarantee customer satisfaction. ‘

The experienced team of engineers at Novocomms consists of members who have doctorates in the fields of sensor technology and high frequency.

The flexible circuit board for LTE 4G tapes has a fully customizable cable and can be adapted to LB, MB or HB tapes.

All antennas are designed with an impedance of 50 Ω. The LTE series are all available with a fully customizable coaxial cable.

With the growing demands of IoT devices in the medical field, the developers at Novocomms have enabled sending and receiving over 4G, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and satellite frequencies.

A report from UK consultancy Deloitte concluded that the IoT market in the medical sector will grow to $ 158 billion in the next year. In 2017, a market value of USD 41 billion was verified.

The 2018 report states: “Connectivity between sensors and devices supports real-time patient care, even from remote locations, while improving communication within and between medical facilities.”

Dr. Hu adds, “The development of IoT, and particularly in the medical field, has the potential to transform medical care.

‘From the very beginning, we have worked with medical companies to develop the next generation of antennas that support the communication that is at the core of the IoT advantage.

“We are well positioned to deliver this technology that serves society.”

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