built-in antenna

built-in antenna

[′bilt‚in an′ten·ə]
(electromagnetism)
An antenna that is located inside the cabinet of a radio or television receiver.
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11a, b or g operation, extremely low power consumption, built-in antenna diversity processing for extended speed/range, and coexistence with Bluetooth.
Despite its extremely small size, this u-chip has a built-in antenna to permit contactless communications (at very close proximity) with other devices without using an external antenna.
Instead of having the end user connect external antennas to the card, the SuwonExpress comes with built-in antennas for all supported spectrum bands.
Laird Technologies and RFMD engineers will work together on developing integrated modules with built-in antennas to meet the cellular industry's need for more capabilities in smaller handset sizes.