BEDFORD, Mass.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Fractal Antenna Systems (‘FRACTAL’) today announced the full production release of its latest DAS solution: the dBMax™ antenna. This unobtrusive indoor aerial provides full omni performance from 698-6000 MHz, while its tiny size is designed with building owners and architects in mind.
Far smaller than a coffee cup, the rugged antennas's textured radome has a pleasing compactness. Inside, the dBMax™ antenna combines three proprietary FRACTAL innovations: fractal folded elements, fractal metamaterials, and 3D antenna printing. With no electronic components, and advantages afforded by fractal shapes, the dBMax™ antenna offers wideband performance on par with conventional antennas many times larger.
Notes FRACTAL’s CEO Nathan Cohen: “Fractals are beautiful, yet the real beauty is the tiniest antenna profile from the cool innovations inside. End-users don’t want to see antennas and FRACTAL hears end-users loud and clear. The dBMax™ antenna is as small as you can get and still have the performance needed in our wireless world.”
The dBMax™ antenna uses a central screw-on mount and N connector with a short cable, for easy and quick installation. The dBMax™ antenna is available now in lots of 10 or more.
ABOUT FRACTAL ANTENNA SYSTEMS, INC.
Fractal Antenna Systems, Inc. (http://www.fractenna.com) supplies products for the world's most demanding wireless, and electromagnetic applications. Backed by over three dozen U.S., and international patents, plus dozens of patents pending, Fractal Antenna Systems is the recognized pioneer in fractal technology, with extensive research and field experience in 20 years in business. The company is a privately held and headquartered in Bedford, Massachusetts, USA.