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Design and Engineering Services

The antenna is a critical element in the signal transmission chain. Its performance must be within certain ranges to ensure that the link budget energy is met to:


  • Maximize efficiency
  • Reduce energy waste
  • Be compliant with current regulations

For these reasons, Dynaflex’s partnership with Telit Cinterion takes place through a series of antenna optimization activities. This interactive process ranges from the first phases of electromagnetic modeling to radiated electromagnetic field measurement.


Measuring a radiant system’s electromagnetic parameters requires dedicated instrumentation with high technological content. This includes anechoic chambers capable of characterizing the electromagnetic field in all directions of space (3D) and its fundamental variables (e.g., intensity and polarization). The instrumentation’s presence in both laboratories facilitates technical information exchange and reduces setup time. 


The collaboration’s length and shared competencies enable a service platform offering that identifies innovative solutions with certain methods and reduced costs.


Key data exchange is privileged by the tight, long-term partnership. It has allowed preemptive action to identify and solve problems that would otherwise seriously affect the product’s success.

Antenna Integration

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Dynaflex deals with the design and construction of antennas for IoT devices. The activity includes designing the radiating systems co-located in the electronic boards and antenna realization and production.

Customers’ needs are oriented toward the demand for services. This demand is not limited to the sale of an antenna; it’s extended to integrate assessments of the radiant system’s whole nature.

For this reason, Dynaflex has implemented an electromagnetic field radiation pattern characterization service in its laboratory through the innovative Multiprobe Starlab system produced by MVG. This service enables fast measurement over various frequencies, including the 5G sub-6 standard.

Partner Showcase

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5G Sub-6 Wide-Band Dipole Antenna

  • The antenna has a magnetic foot and can be provided with a stainless-steel bracket.
  • The coaxial cable length and connector can be configured to the customer’s needs.
  • The antenna has excellent omnidirectional characteristics and efficiency in the 5G sub-6 bands.
  • IP protection grade is 54.
  • Dimensions 130 x 50 x 20 mm.

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5G Sub-6 Ultrawide-Band Dipole Antenna

  • The antenna is provided with a stainless steel bracket.
  • The coaxial cable length and connector can be configured to the customer’s needs.
  • The antenna has excellent omnidirectional characteristics and efficiency in the 5G sub-6 bands. The antenna has ultrawide-band features and is suitable for 2.4-5.0-5.8 GHz applications.
  • IP protection grade is 55.
  • Dimensions 150 x 60 x 20 mm.

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2.4-5.0-5.8 GHz Bands Antenna Dipole on 0.1 mm Polyamide Substrate Provided with Double Adhesive

  • The antenna structure is a small dipole obtained on a low-loss flexible adhesive substrate.
  • Bands of operation are 2.4-5.0-5.8 GHz.
  • The radiation efficiency is above 50% in all the bands. The coaxial line is 1.13 mm in diameter and can be terminated with most standard connector types.
  • Dimensions are 35 x 10 x 0.1 mm.

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Low-Profile Structure Antenna Operating in 4G and GNSS L5 Bands

  • The antenna system is integrated with a low profile and robust housing, particularly suitable for harsh outdoor conditions.
  • A narrowband saw filter enhances the decoupling between the LTE and GNSS channels.
  • IP protection grade is 66.
  • Dimension are 80 x 25 mm.

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