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TE CONNECTIVITY Antennas for 5G, NB-IoT & LTE-M | Featured Product Spotlight

January 29, 2021 by Mouser Electronics

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TE Connectivity’s Antennas for cellular IoT devices include options for 5G, LTE-M, and NB-IoT applications, with frequency band coverage from 600 megahertz to 6 gigahertz. 

As cellular connectivity has evolved it’s brought many benefits for IoT devices.  5G brings significantly higher throughput and lower latency, while LTE-M and NB-IoT are low power wide area network technologies that operate on 4G and 5G networks.  LTE-M is ideal for machine-to-machine communication and NB-IoT is ideal for indoor, low-cost, and high-density connections requiring long battery life. 

TE offers a broad range of antennas for 5G, LTE-M, and NB-IoT applications, with coverage for bands from 600 megahertz to 6 gigahertz.  These antennas leverage TE’s extensive RF engineering expertise to provide optimal RF performance and are available with power ratings up to 10 watts.  They’re also ready to use, requiring no tuning or RF design expertise, allowing for easy integration and a fast time-to-market. 

To provide flexibility, TE offers the antennas with multiple mounting types, including board mount, embedded, external, or terminal antenna designs, and antennas with cabled connections are offered with various cable length and connector options.  This flexibility makes the antennas ideal for a wide range of use cases including femtocells and picocells, wireless LAN, IoT, tracking, smart building, and smart environment applications.  To learn more about TE Connectivity’s wide range of antennas for cellular IoT devices, visit

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