Feature Article

November 15, 2013

The Venti Group Provides Clean Wired and Wireless Connectivity

The Venti Group is probably best known for its Venti antenna and Venti Suppression sleeve offerings and, indeed, its patent portfolio is mostly focused around wireless technologies. However, the company recently introduced a new patent-pending technology called Venti PIMconnect which allows PIM rated products to connect coax to metal grounds with a PIM rating of 160dBc or greater.

The Venti PIMconnect manufacturing technique facilitates an electrical connection between coax and metal grounds that is stable both electrically and mechanically. The result is a long-term, repeatable Low PIM coax connection that offers great performance and cost advantages.

Facilitating clean connectivity is something of a specialty for the Venti Group. For example, its fully patented, horizontally polarized antenna offers greater signal coverage and overall wireless performance thanks to its omnidirectional antenna patterns. When coupled with the Venti RF Suppression sleeve — a patent-pending solution that eliminates spurious current on the outer jackets of a coax cable — users can also expect greater throughput and coverage with RF signals.

Overall, the Venti antenna and suppression sleeve create a cleaner signal, along with greater throughput in terms of Mbps and longer signal range.

RF aside, the Venti Group also has WLAN connections covered with the Venti WLAN embedded antenna. This antenna works with all bands — covering 2.4, 4.9, 5.2, and 5-5.8 GHz across 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac — and offers high performance and greater connectivity across each one.

Suitable for a variety of applications — including access points, gateways, routers, industrial handheld devices and more — the Venti WLAN antenna is capable of withstanding detuning, while delivering strong radio link regardless of the usage position. Furthermore, despite its capabilities, the antenna features a small form factor, offering for greater flexibility in design and easier component placement.

Overall, Venti is experienced at facilitating clean, consistent connectivity in a number of situations. Best of all, its products are backed by a team of highly experienced engineers.




Edited by Cassandra Tucker


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