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Mitis antenna in B20 band

I am using a Mitis antenna for new design in field of household appliances. Currenly device communicates in B20 band (NB-IoT). In the future also B1 band may be used. I would like to ask if Mitis antenna is suitable for B20 band? - why it is not specified at frequencies 791 - 821 MHz? (our initial tests in B20 band are promising)

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Hello Jakub,

The data sheet for the Mitis on the website specifies 698 to 798MHz efficiency at 55%. From there the next frequency set is 824 to 950MHz at 65% efficiency. Even though the frequencies from 798 to 824 are not listed the efficiency does not drop over this range. It steadily climbs from 55% to 65%. The Mitis will work for band 20.

It will also work for Band1.

Best regards,

Geoff S.
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thank you for your message, this is exactly what I expected.

Best regards,

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