Spectrum Control Patch Antennas

Spectrum Control Patch Antennas provide flexibility and versatility with a small footprint and low profile. These antennas are mounted on an optimized ground plane with a pigtail cable to a connector, which is tuned and packaged for the plastic radome that covers the complete assembly. The standard cable is RG-316 to MMCX or SMA connectors. Spectrum Control Patch Antennas offer 50Ω impedance and are temperature stable (-40°C to +105°C). Typical applications include Satcom, asset tracking devices, portable defibrillators, directional finders, remote meter reading, down-hole drilling, machine-to-machine (M2M) communication, surveying equipment, and much more.


  • Temperature stable (-40°C to +105°C)
  • Low return loss
  • Small footprint
  • Uniform dielectric constant
  • Offset single-point feeding method
  • Silver-plated electrode and probe
  • Surface mount
  • 50Ω impedance


  • Satcom (Iridium, Globalstar, Inmarsat)
  • Asset tracking devices
  • Portable defibrillators and EMS notification
  • Tank monitoring
  • Fish, golf range, and directional finders
  • Highway safety
  • Remote meter reading
  • Down-hole drilling
  • M2M communication
  • Weather recorders/balloons
  • Short distance wireless data transfers
  • Marine/ocean buoys
  • Surveying equipment
  • Homeland security
  • Marathon/race-timing tags
Published: 2010-09-13 | Updated: 2023-08-10