TAOGLAS GROUP HOLDINGS LIMITED.
|TAOGLAS GROUP HOLDINGS LIMITED. Patent applications|
|Patent application number||Title||Published|
|20140375516||ELECTROMAGNETIC OPEN LOOP ANTENNA WITH SELF-COUPLING ELEMENT - An antenna is provided for the new combined GPS and GLONASS technologies in single port for tracking and navigation applications in wireless devices. The resonant mechanism is excited by an open loop structure at 1.575 GHz and 1.610 GHz, forcing the current distribution to remain at that particular portion of the antenna resulting as the primary resonator.||12-25-2014|
|20130321240||INTEGRATED MIMO ANTENNA SYSTEM - An integrated MIMO antenna system is described wherein multiple antennas are fabricated on a single substrate. Antenna spacing and alignment is enhanced and controlled to a finer degree than with conventional discrete antenna fabrication techniques. Rotation of one or multiple antennas in relation to the other antennas in the system can be performed to within the accuracy of current photo-etching techniques. Metalized traces can be designed and etched on the single substrate and positioned between antenna elements to enhance inter-element isolation. The integrated MIMO antenna system can be fabricated on flexible printed circuit (FPC) material, or can be fabricated on rigid metallized substrate such as common FR4 materials. Portions of one or multiple antenna elements can be photo-etched on opposite sides of the substrate to provide an additional degree of freedom in terms of antenna placement, spacing, and rotation angle.||12-05-2013|
|20130321212||VOLUMETRICALLY CONFIGURABLE MONOPOLE ANTENNAS AND RELATED METHODS - A dual resonance monopole antenna is described wherein the antenna structure, ground connection conductor and transmission line are integrated onto a single substrate. The substrate can be of a thin, flexible type that provides for positioning one or both resonant sections of the dual resonant monopole in the plane of or orthogonal to the ground plane of the host device to provide flexibility in selecting impedance and radiation characteristics. The ground connection conductor is configured to work in conjunction with features etched into the ground layer of the host device to form a method of altering the impedance properties of one or multiple resonances of the monopole.||12-05-2013|
|20120326943||ORTHOGONAL MODULAR EMBEDDED ANTENNA, WITH METHOD OF MANUFACTURE AND KITS THEREFOR - Described herein are antenna designs and configurations that provide flexible solutions for creating compact antennas with multiple-band capabilities. For example, a hybrid PIFA-monopole antenna configuration and design is described. As another example, non-planar (e.g., orthogonal) and composite radiating structures incorporating various radiating element and ground plane configurations are described. Connective structures are also described for providing physical rigidity and ground plane connectivity to composite radiation elements. In embodiments described herein of composite radiating structures, multiple antennas may be included through passive radiating elements potentially combined with active circuitry. Composite radiating structures with multiple antennas may be used in multiple-in and multiple-out (MIMO) antenna applications. For example, multiple different antennas within the composite radiating structures may be created using radiating elements on one or more of the vertical and/or horizontal portions of the composite radiating structure.||12-27-2012|
|20120182186||SURFACE MOUNT DEVICE MULTIPLE-BAND ANTENNA MODULE - A surface mount device multiple-band antenna module includes a substrate and a carrier. The substrate has a first grounding metal surface and a first micro-strip line on a side thereof. The first grounding metal surface has a second micro-strip line connected thereto. There is a space between the first micro-strip line and the second micro-strip line. The substrate has a second grounding metal surface on the other side thereof The carrier is made of ceramic material with high dielectric constant, which has a first radiative metal portion, a second radiative metal portion and a third radiative metal portion. The carrier is electrically connected with the substrate. The joint of the first radiative metal portion and the second radiative metal portion is electrically connected to the first micro-strip line. The third radiative metal portion is electrically connected to the second micro-strip line. Thus, the multiple-band antenna module is obtained.||07-19-2012|
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