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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Antenna tuning combines the fixed inductance of the mobile device s built-in antenna with electronically controlled capacitances; the Antenna-Tuning Circuit precisely controls tunable capacitors, such as ST s STPTIC series, to optimally match the resonant frequency of the antenna and the frequency band being used.
With the integrated directional antenna and high performance 150Mbps 11n radio, the AirMax5N/AirMax5N-ESD can reach long distance using the built-in antenna. AirMax5N/AirMax5N-ESD is also equipped with R-SMA connector.
Using a built-in antenna browser, users can scan through antenna directories and view 2D and 3D thumbnails of antenna patterns; patterns can be compared and customized for presentations.
Antenna tuning combines the built-in antenna s fixed inductance with electronically controlled capacitors such as the company s STPTIC series.
Tsunekawa, "A built-in antenna for 800 MHz band portable radio units," in Proceedings of the International Symposium on Antennas and Propagation (ISAP '85), pp.
DeviceFidelity has been granted global patents for the design and functionality of such an NFC microSD with built-in antenna and active front end.