Parsec Technologies

Parsec Technologies, Inc. is a global supplier of advanced antenna and amplifier technology for today's IoT (Internet of Things).Parsec specializes in advanced antenna technology for mobile and wireless applications, providing custom and semi-custom high efficiency, compact antennas for use in IoT and M2M applications. Parsec offers embedded, surface mount, and/or off-board U.FL cabled versions of both active and passive multi-band LTE antennas, GPS/GNSS antenna modules, as well as antennas for Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and LoRa. Specialties includes Antennas for IoT & M2M, Advanced RFIC LNA's, Cellular, LTE, GSM Antennas, Blutooth, Wi-Fi & LoRa Antennas, GPS/GNSS Antennas.

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