Airgain Introduces Miniaturized Embedded LTE Antennas

Airgain, Inc. (NASDAQ: AIRG), a provider of embedded antenna technologies used to enable high performance wireless networking, has introduced the Profile Contour Embedded series of new ultra wide-band miniaturized antennas, to provide LTE connectivity to the smart home and emerging Low Power Wide Area Network (LPWAN) applications, including Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), the company said.

Targeting set-top-box and gateway deployments as well as LPWAN applications including CAT-M1, LoRa, and NB-IoT, the latest LTE embedded antennas from Airgain utilize an efficient flexible polymer-based low profile design optimized for confined designs and robust assembly variations.

Available now, the antennas require minimal incremental integration effort, minimizing the cost and complexity typically associated with embedded antenna system integration. These antennas provide market-leading performance for shorter cable lengths in the lower LTE frequency ranges, making them ideal for LPWAN applications.

With multiple applications, this latest series of embedded antennas for LTE and LPWAN from Airgain expands its existing Profile Contour embedded antenna product line. This builds on Airgain´s patented antenna technology it has built over more than a decade in delivering best-in-class wireless connectivity through embedded antenna design and integration innovation.

Airgain will be attending MWC Americas 2017 in San Francisco, from September 12-14, as well as IBC 2017, in Amsterdam, from September 15-19. Visit the LoRa Alliance stand, N.620, at MWC 2017 and stand 15.MS3 at IBC 2017 to view product demonstrations and discuss its latest technology offerings. Airgain´s latest innovations for multi-gigabit Wi-Fi, LTE, LPWAN, and more will be on display. To request a meeting or to find about more about the new embedded LTE antenna contact

Airgain is a provider of advanced antenna technologies used to enable high performance wireless networking across a broad range of home, enterprise, and industrial devices. For more information, visit