|Apr29-12, 06:05 AM||#1|
what does cellphone antenna consist of physically?
if I were to disassemble the cellphone and try to extract the "antenna" component, what would I get? Is it a long straight cable? Or a mesh?
Can it actually be extracted out of the case or is it somehow embedded into "motherboard"?
|Apr29-12, 08:35 AM||#2|
My guess will be microstrip antenna (packaged inside RF chip).
|May1-12, 02:05 PM||#3|
I would think it totally depends on the model of the cell phone.
|antenna, cellphone, disassembly|
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