• UNPARALLELED WIRELESS PERFORMANCE

    The patented GAP antenna provides world-leading wireless communication between base stations and in the next generations of mobile networks, 5G.

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The GAP waveguide technology is a new technology platform that has major advantages for use in millimeter wave to terahertz frequencies.

By using higher frequencies, the capacity and speed in the mobile networks can be increased with a factor 20.

The benefits of GAP waveguides

Gap flange adapters

For assembly of measurement circuits in laboratory and industrial applications

Gapwaves offers an easy-to-mount GAP flange adapter for the V-band. By using the innovative GAP technology around the waveguides, together with magnetic fasteners, the adapter removes the need of electrical contact and the need of screws.

Enabling beam steering

Gapwaves’ technology provides unique possibilities of creating electrically steerable antennas by integrating active components directly in the antenna structure. This means that the antennas automatically can align themselves, which reduces the cost of installation and maintenance. It also means that each antenna can steer its communication to reach several different antennas (point-to-multi-point) instead of just one pre-determined antenna (point-to-point). This will be of increasing significance in the coming years, not the least when introducing 5G.

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Besked om ”Seal of Excellence” för ansökan om finansiering inom Horizon 2020

Dec 2016

Gapwaves AB lämnade i oktober i år in en ansökan om finansiering till programmet SME instrument phase 2 inom Horizon…

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Strategic order of smaller size from Asian telecom supplier

Nov 2016

Gapwaves AB has received a strategic order of smaller size from an Asian telecom supplier that right after they evaluated…

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Strategisk order av mindre storlek från asiatisk telekomleverantör

Nov 2016

Gapwaves AB har fått en strategisk order av mindre storlek från en asiatisk telekomleverantör som strax efter att ha utvärderat…

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