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Yageo supplies a comprehensive choice of chip antennas tailored for use in Low Power Wide Area (LPWA) radio networking equipment that complies with technologies such as the NB-IoT, LoRa® and Sigfox wireless communications protocols.

LPWA networks provide long-range communications at a low bit rate, while consuming little enough power that they can run for long periods from a battery power source. This makes LPWA networking technology ideal for IoT applications in market sectors such as smart cities, automotive, healthcare and industrial.

NB-IoT, LoRa and Sigfox, the most widely used technologies in LPWA wireless networking equipment, operate at various frequencies below 1GHz, as shown in the table. Yageo, which has applied professional design capabilities and high-quality manufacturing services to the antenna field for more than 15 years, can provide appropriate antenna designs to customers in chip, PCB and metal antenna formats.

For LPWA applications, the chip antenna type provides the best characteristics:

  • Compact size
  • Surface-mount package
  • Omni-directional radiation
  • High reliability
  • High radiation efficiency
  • Antenna performance and characteristics may be adjusted via matching circuit


Yageo antennas: High radiation efficiency

Yageo antennas: High radiation efficiency


  • Custom antenna design and manufacturing service available
  • Alarms
  • Building automation
  • Transportation
  • Intelligent traffic management systems
  • Fleet and asset tracking
  • Remote health monitoring
  • Assisted living equipment
  • Access control
  • Surveillance equipment
  • Process monitoring and control



LPWA Working Frequency (MHz) Region
Europe N. America China Korea Japan India
NB-IoT 14 bands in the range
452 to 2,220MHz
Frequency depends on local licensing
LoRa® 470-510MHz
867 to 869MHz 902 to 928MHz 470 to 510MHz 920 to 925MHz 920 to 925MHz 865 to 867MHz
Sigfox 868MHz, 902MHz 868MHz 902MHz 923/920MHz


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