The Electron all-in-one cellular development kit simplifies access to IoT
Enniscorthy, Ireland and San Diego, Calif, 15 July 16– Taoglas, a leading provider of IoT (Internet of Things) and M2M (Machine-to-Machine) antenna solutions has partnered with Particle, a prototype-to-production platform for IoT products, to add our world class PC104 antenna into Particle’s Electron development kit.
The Electron is a simple and highly customizable plug-and-play, cellular development kit designed to give cellular radio applications easier access to the IoT at a competitive price. The Electron ships in both 2G and 3G models and comes complete with breadboard, Particle PCB, Particle SIM, battery, and a Taoglas embedded Pentaband PCB antenna, the PC104, as standard.
Taoglas launches a UAV / Drone antenna and RF products and solutions division tailored to the needs of the growing sector
Enniscorthy, Ireland, 07 July, 2016 – Over the past 12 months the UAV market has seen an explosion of interest from the consumer and commercial sectors. While military applications continue to hold the lion’s share in terms of spend, new trends indicate a shift towards consumer and commercial sectors. New and innovative use cases continue to emerge, including applications in agriculture, firefighting, mining, traffic monitoring, search and rescue, utilities, media reporting, and even the film industry.
While the landscape continues to evolve, the functionality and requirements within the UAV industry remain constant. Antennas must be lightweight, omni-directional, and aerodynamically sound with minimal power consumption, high efficiency and moderate gain. Like the drone, the antennas need to be able to withstand exposure from the elements – extreme temperatures, hail, UV degradation and resistance to impact. David Connolly of Taoglas, who was instrumental in the development of Taoglas UAV explained: Continue reading…
Poing, Germany. 9th June 2016 – EBV Elektronik, an Avnet (NYSE: AVT) group company and the leading specialist in EMEA semiconductor distribution, signed a Europe wide distribution agreement with Taoglas, a leading worldwide provider of IoT (Internet of Things) and M2M (Machine to Machine) The agreement is effective immediately.
Taoglas provides a comprehensive range of SMD, external and embedded antenna solutions for M2M and IoT applications. By partnering with EBV, Taoglas will further expand its channels to market in the European region.
Ultra Wideband LTE Antenna Increases Versatility, Cuts Size and Costs
Most Compact Form Factor Ultra Wideband Antenna Covering 3G and 4G bands from 700-2700MHz
Enniscorthy, Ireland and San Diego, Calif,– Taoglas, a leading provider of IoT (Internet of Things) and M2M (Machine to Machine) antenna solutions, today launched the patent pending FXUB65 Minima compact ultra wideband flexible LTE antenna covering 2G, 3G and 4G bands in the 700-2700MHz spectrum for wireless device designers in the IoT industry.
“The challenge that designers have been facing of creating enough space for an antenna that gets 100 channels or more within the confines of a wireless device hasn’t been successfully addressed until now,” said Jason Dorsey, Senior Antenna Engineer at Taoglas. He added, “Including the lower 700MHz band generally warrants a large antenna. We have succeeded in making a smaller antenna without performance compromises.”
Taoglas launches Low Power Wide-Area (LPWA) antenna category for M2M and IoT markets
New antennas support demand for low-cost, low-power devices
Enniscorthy, Ireland, 22 February 2016 – Within the burgeoning Internet of Things (IoT) market certain lower data rate applications depend on low-cost, battery-operated, long-life sensors. To meet the antenna needs of such applications innovative antenna leader Taoglas is rolling out a new Low Power Wide Area (LPWA) antenna category. The antennas directly address the need for IoT devices that use less power, cost less to run and do not need the speeds on bandwidths offered by 4G LTE networks. Continue reading…
Advantech and Taoglas join forces to transform IoT and M2M products
Taoglas antennas now standard components in Advantech’s portfolio for IoT, M2M and Smart Cities.
Taoyuan City, Taiwan – Taoglas antennas are now a standard addition for Advantech’s In-vehicle computers (Mobile Data Terminals: MDTs), thanks to both companies’ shared focus on ultra-high performance, multi-frequency connectivity, and the ability to meet global customer requirements for fast time-to-market and reliability.
North America’s first Antenna & RF Design Center for M2M and IoT devices
IOTx wireless design center, complete with two 3D Anechoic Testing Chambers and a team of Antenna, RF and Mechanical Engineers accelerates product device designs
San Diego, January 22, 2016 – In the midst of explosive wireless device growth in the Internet of Things market, innovative antenna leader Taoglas USA, Inc., today announced it has opened a unique facility for its North American customers in San Diego. Quadrupling the original size of its local facility — it’s now more than 16,000 square feet — the Taoglas IoTx Center offers a fully equipped design and test location that supports companies seeking a competitive, time-to-market advantage for M2M and IoT applications. This location offers unrivaled support for customers at all stages of their product design cycle – from concept to certification readiness. Preparation, planning, experience and the tools to test and debug issues are critical in first time success. Taoglas has founded the IoTx Center to get that all done quickly and effectively.
Taoglas brings antenna innovation to the vehicle-to-vehicle market with unique DSRC antenna
San Diego, Calif. – Continuing its history of innovation, antenna leader Taoglas today introduced the DCP.5900, a unique ceramic patch antenna designed for emerging V2V and V2X applications. Ahead of the market, the DCP.5900 supports the latest communications technology for vehicles – DSRC (dedicated short-range communications). This system enables two-way short- to medium-range wireless communications and is critical for active safety applications.The antenna operates from 5850MHz to 5925MHz, fully covering the spectrum allocated for DSRC by the U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) and the European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI.) Using these frequencies, DSRC will enable cars to communicate with each other and alert drivers to roadside hazards ahead.