Itasca, IL, March 8th, 2017 – While there are parallels from one M2M (Machine-to-Machine) network to another, each network is unique. There is a need to assess the challenges and choose the right tools; one important tool is the antenna. From industrial M2M Infrastructure to embedded Covert M2M Solutions, Mobile Mark has a wide variety of Antenna Solutions to choose from.
Mobile Mark Introduced a new LOW PROFILE Surface Mount Antenna That Supports 2x MIMO Wifi, Global LTE and GPS
Itasca, IL, March 3rd, 2017 – Mobile Mark, Inc. announced a new Series of MIMO Surface Mount antennas that can be used for commercial or military wireless fleet management systems.
The new LLP602 model supports 3xMIMO WiFi, 2xMIMO Cellular LTE and GPS. It is exceptional in that all six antennas are housed in a new low profile compact radome, which measures only 9.00” (22.8cm) by 3.50” (8.9cm) with a low profile of 1.25”(31.8mm) in height.
Until now, many wireless systems integrators using this combination had to install multiple antennas. But the LLP602 combines all of these high-efficiency antennas in one compact, surface-mount radome. A single LLP602 antenna take up significantly less space than multiple antennas and cut down on installation time and costs by offering a single mounting hole.
Itasca, IL, January 31, 2017 – Mobile Mark released the new Flexible LTE internal antenna M2M applications. This EM-LTE is to be featured at DistribuTECH 2017 on January 31th – February 2nd, 2017 in San Diego, California!
The EM Series Antenna is a a broadband Cellular and LTE circuit board that covers both the 695-960 MHz band and the 1710-2700 MHz bands and provides 2 dB gain across the entire band with.
This antenna features an innovative PCB flexible circuit board material with a bend radius of 2.5 inches (6.35cm); allowing it to fit in almost any space or enclosure.
Itasca, IL – December 7, 2016 – Special consideration has to be made when installing MIMO antennas in environments where the units are susceptible to failure from high vibration. Fixed installations in mining operations or mobile antennas mounted on garbage trucks are a few popular examples where the MIMO antenna must be designed to meet specifications for high vibration.
Itasca, IL – November 30, 2016 – Wireless equipment and systems in today’s world require multiple inputs and multiple outputs (also known as MIMO) to provide combined functionality for different wireless frequencies. For instance, router units designed for fleet vehicles often have multiple connections for LTE Cellular, WiFi, and GPS to provide these services for fleet management. Routers designed for multiple wireless frequencies require reliable high performance MIMO antennas like Mobile Mark’s LTM601 Multi-band Diversity antenna to deliver the best possible signal regardless of location.
Itasca, IL – October 30, 2016 – Improvements to public transit fleet wireless systems are happening all over the world, meaning that antennas designed for combined WiFi, GPS, and most notably Cellular capability need to be made with global frequency differences in mind. Many cellular carriers in the US are using specific bands in the frequency range of 700 to 1900 MHz, however completely different bands and frequencies ranging from 800 to 2500 MHz are used for cellular in Europe and Asia.
Itasca, IL – Oct 25, 2016 –A hot button topic that has become prevalent in cities around the world is the implementation of stable and reliable public transit wireless systems. Users and fleet management companies alike benefit from having wireless capability on board public transit vehicles.
Itasca, IL – September 9, 2016 – Cities rely on their public works departments to maintain the best possible quality standards for residents. Sometimes this responsibility means getting the various wireless networks that are used by businesses, citizens, and government officials to all be connected through Smart City integration.
Itasca, IL – September 6, 2016 – Public works organizations are constantly looking for ways to make their cities better places to live. Maintenance on roads, traffic intersections, and water supply systems keep towns and cities functioning at all times. One aspect of public works that has only recently become the norm for infrastructure is aidingin the implementation of Smart City systems that run on WiFi and cellular LTE.