html) operate more efficiently in constrained spaces with fewer RF "hotspots" on the main handset PCB than conventional antennas such as Planar Inverted-F Antennas (PIFAs).
What does IFA stand for?
IFA stands for Inverted-F Antenna
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- International Feltmakers Association
- International Fertilizer Industry Association
- International Financial Activity (Canada)
- International Fiscal Association
- International Fitness Association
- International Formalwear Association (Chicago, Illinois)
- International Franchise Association
- International Friends and Associates (international match-making organization)
- International Frisbee Association
- Internationale Funkaustellung (German: International Fair of Broadcasting Services)
- Invest in France Agency
- Investment Funds Association (various locations)
- Iowa Finance Authority (Des Moines, IA)
- Irish Farmer's Association
- Irish Film Archive (Irish Film Institute)
- Irish Football Association (Northern Ireland's governing body of soccer)
- Iron-Folic Acid
- Israel Football Association
- Issued for Approval (design stage)
- Institut für Afrikanistik und Ägyptologie (Department of Africanistics and Egyptology at the University of Vienna)
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Metamaterial antennas operate more efficiently in constrained spaces with fewer RF "hotspots" on the main handset PCB than conventional antennas such as Planar Inverted-F Antennas (PIFAs).
They cover fundamental wideband printed antennas such as multilayered patch antennas, printed quasi-Yagi antennas, printed spiral antennas, printed folded "beverage" antennas and printed slot antennas, applications in wireless systems, such as planar inverted-F antennas, small patch-based antennas, small multiband printed monopole antennas, and printed antennas in packages, and advanced concepts such as printed reflectarray antennas, antennas on artificial magnetic conductors, transceiver architectures for highly integrated RF front-ends, frequency-agile antennas for a software-define and cognitive radio, and antenna evaluation for communications with diversity and multiple input/multiple output.