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May 22, 2015 12:54 PM ET

Electronic Equipment, Instruments and Components

Company Overview of Fractal Antenna Systems Inc.

Company Overview

Fractal Antenna Systems Inc. designs, manufactures, and supplies antennas and embedded components for commercial, military, and government sectors. It offers its products for wireless networks, mobile devices, telematics, RFID, in-building communications, electronic warfare, signal intelligence, tactical communication, and custom applications. The company was founded in 1995 and is based in Waltham, Massachusetts.

130 Third Avenue

Waltham, MA 02451

United States

Founded in 1995

Phone:

781-275-2300

Fax:

781-240-8199

Key Executives for Fractal Antenna Systems Inc.

Founder and Chief Executive Officer
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

Fractal Antenna Systems Inc. Key Developments

Fractal Antenna Systems Inc. Announces Full Production Release of its Latest DAS Solution

Fractal Antenna Systems Inc. announced the full production release of its latest DAS solution: the dBMax™ antenna. This unobtrusive indoor aerial provides full omni performance from 698-6000 MHz, while its tiny size is designed with building owners and architects in mind. Far smaller than a coffee cup, the rugged antennas's textured radome has a pleasing compactness. Inside, the dBMax™ antenna combines three proprietary FRACTAL innovations: fractal folded elements, fractal metamaterials, and 3D antenna printing. With no electronic components, and advantages afforded by fractal shapes, the dBMax™ antenna offers wideband performance on par with conventional antennas many times larger. The dBMax™ antenna uses a central screw-on mount and N connector with a short cable, for easy and quick installation. The dBMax™ antenna is available now in lots of 10 or more.

Fractal Antenna Systems Inc. Extends DAS Product Line with UACM-PT

Fractal Antenna Systems Inc. UACM antenna has become the architect approved antenna of choice for wideband in-building DAS systems. Continuing that tradition, FRACTAL introduces the UACM-PT, available immediately. The new UACM-PT is the first of several new extensions of the famous UACM antenna that get right to the heart of installers' wants and needs. FRACTAL has already sold its first lot of UACM-PT antennas, and the antenna is in production, at FRACTAL's new and spacious manufacturing facility in Bedford, MA.

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