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ISM/LoRA Embedded Antennas

ISM/LoRA Embedded Antenna is a type of antenna that is used in wireless systems to transmit and receive signals. The ISM/LoRA embedded antenna consists of two parts: the ISM/LoRA integrated circuit (IC) and the antenna. The ISM/LoRA IC is a small chip that contains all of the necessary components required to transmit data over short distances (typically less than 100 meters). The antenna is typically made up of copper wire or other conductive material, which is wrapped around a coil or other inductor which generates the electrical current needed for transmission or reception.

ISM/LoRA embedded antennas are commonly used in industrial applications where they can be easily installed within tight spaces without interfering with other components or structures. They are also used in consumer electronics such as phones, tablets, and laptops because they provide greater range than traditional antennas while still retaining lower power consumption compared to traditional solutions like GSM/GPS modules which require more space but consume less power.