Cost effective LDS antenna process for laptops and tablets

Cost effective LDS antenna process for laptops and tablets

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By eeNews Europe

The new lasering concept is based on LPKF Laser & Electronics’ new Fusion 3D 1100 laser machine, which is adapted with a Pulse-designed and manufactured part handling system. This newly developed system is capable of lasering longer and larger, or more complex parts. The process has less design and dimensional limitations, yet still meets production efficiency. The laser beam transfers the antenna design directly onto a moulded 3D surface, making prototyping and production faster.

It enables design freedom and flexibility with quick versioning during the project phase, design freezing in the late project phase, and the ability to fine-tune the design during production to meet stringent carrier requirements. The production process is fast and easy to implement with low customer-specific tooling costs. Pulse also manufactures cable assemblies that can be directly connected to all solderable materials, which is more cost effective than using connectors. With the RF performance benefits of LDS, this new process makes LDS antennas viable for the tablet and laptop market.

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