GREENWOOD VILLAGE, Colo. -- (BUSINESS WIRE) -- Mobile device makers are struggling to accommodate the multiple MIMO antennas needed for optimal LTE and LTE-A performance. How can they deliver all of these technologies’ capabilities and reconcile conflicting demands for increasing data throughput and lighter, thinner form factors? Antenna Tuning is the newest “buzz word” in the RF front-end space. But what is it exactly and how can it be applied to improve connectivity for next-generation networks and mobile devices? Antenna Systems 2013, taking place December 12-13 in Las Vegas, Nev., will address antenna tuning along with the latest advancements in the applications, technology, materials and economic development of antennas and antenna systems.
Antenna Systems 2013 will serve OEM developers of products that utilize antennas and antenna systems, operators of wireless communications systems, design engineers, integrators, antenna manufacturers, and component and material suppliers interested in learning the latest capabilities and best practices in this rapidly changing field.
“Antenna Systems will feature in-depth presentations from industry leaders that will highlight the latest and most important advancements in antenna systems and technology including R&D, 4G, LTE-A, MIMO, antenna design, materials, as well as test and measurement,” said Heather Williams, conference program manager and editor of Antenna Systems & Technology magazine.
Industry leading companies presenting at Antenna Systems 2013 include: A&E Partnership, Cavendish Kinetics, CEMWorks, Inc., EM Software & Systems USA, Inc., Ethertronics, Haleakala Research & Development, Inc., iDirect Government Technologies, Kentrox/Westell Technologies, Numerex, NXP Semiconductors, Premix OY, Quintel, SkyCross, Taoglas and USDigiComm Corp.
Antenna Systems 2013 will be co-located with Remote Monitoring & Control 2013 providing opportunities to network with potential new clients and a share a combined exhibit hall floor, which is open to all attendees. These co-located events offer a dynamic learning experience for OEMs, engineers, system and facility managers, carriers, end-users, and other visionaries in these fields. Attendees are welcome to register for either event, or combine their learning experience with one of our combo passes.