NUREMBERG, Germany--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Nov. 27, 2018--
PCTEL, Inc. (Nasdaq: PCTI), a leader in Performance Critical
TELecom solutions, announced today at the SPS IPC Drives
automation conference its new Hush™ 2.4/5 GHz Bluetooth/Wi-Fi tape mount
antenna. Light, compact, and rated for both indoor and outdoor use,
PCTEL’s Hush antennas are ideal for both covert public safety and
industrial IoT applications.
“Hush antennas will make it easier to deploy smart automation systems,
especially in harsh industrial environments that have limited space for
antennas,” said Rishi Bharadwaj, PCTEL’s COO. “Industrial IoT
applications pose some challenging deployment scenarios and tough RF
environments. In addition to expertise in designing antennas to meet
these challenges, PCTEL brings strong wireless device design and
integration capabilities for the Industrial IoT market,” added Bharadwaj.
With their durable overmolded design and ultra-compact footprint, Hush
antennas can be tape mounted almost anywhere, including vehicle windows,
factory floors, officer vests, backpacks, and utility cabinets.
PCTEL will display its Hush Bluetooth/Wi-Fi antennas along with other
embedded and external antenna solutions for smart and digital
automation November 27-29 at the SPS IPC Drives exhibition, Booth
#5-230C, in Nuremberg, Germany.
PCTEL, Inc. provides Performance Critical TELecom
technology solutions. We are a leading global supplier of antennas and
wireless network testing solutions. Our precision
antennas are deployed in small cells, enterprise Wi-Fi access
points, fleet management and transit systems, and in equipment and
devices for the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT). We offer in-house
design, testing, radio integration, and manufacturing capabilities for
our customers. PCTEL’s test
and measurement tools improve the performance of wireless networks
globally, with a focus on LTE, public safety, and emerging 5G
technologies. Network operators, neutral hosts, and equipment
manufacturers rely on our scanning receivers and testing solutions to
analyze, design, and optimize their networks.