Webinar: RF Antenna Solutions for IoT Devices and Smart Technology

IoT devices are becoming prevalent across verticals as smart technology continues to permeate commercial and industrial applications. Consumers are demanding more autonomy and convenience in their everyday life while the manufacturing and transportation industry is revolutionizing legacy processes with the adoption of robotics to facilitate increased efficiency and safety.

Amphenol RF offers a variety of antenna solutions to keep up with the evolving design restrictions of compact devices. Each antenna type solves a specific problem regarding mounting, size restrictions, frequency range and data transmission capabilities.

Tune in and learn about:

  • The variety of RF antenna solutions available for emerging IoT applications
  • How internal and external antennas are incorporated into devices with design restrictions
  • The varying protocols that are supported to optimize the specific usage of individual antenna types

This webinar was recorded and will be soon available on our on-demand page.

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Mike Comer

Director of Product Marketing & Business Development, Amphenol RF

Mike Comer is a veteran in the electronic component industry with over 25 years of experience. He embarked on his career in engineering, demonstrating a passion for technology and innovation which has allowed him to hold both front end and business leadership roles. As a forward-thinker, Mike can leverage his extensive knowledge to lead a cross-functional team within Amphenol RF that includes business development, product marketing and marketing communications to align new product development with the evolving technological landscape.


Mark Patrick

Technical Content Director, Mouser Electronics

As Mouser Electronics’ Director of Technical Content for EMEA, Mark is responsible for creating and circulating technical content within the region. Before leading Technical Content, Mark was part of Mouser’s EMEA Supplier Marketing team and played a vital role in establishing and developing relationships with key manufacturing partners. Mark’s previous experience encompasses hands-on engineering roles, technical support, semiconductor technical sales, and various marketing positions. A “hands-on” engineer at heart, Mark holds a first-class Honors Degree in Electronics Engineering from Coventry University.