Product Selector

Select your specific requirements to find the products you need.

CLEAR ALL Products: 7
Product Type
Package Height mm (<=)
Operating Temperature Range °C
Supply Voltage V
Automotive Qualification
VSWR (max) (<=)
Gain (Peak) dBi (>=)
8.2 x 6.2 x 1.4mm


Ultra-Wideband passive chip antenna

3200~7200MHz chip anntena for ultra-wideband applications

  • 3200~7200MHz
  • 3.2 Max VSWR
  • 4.7dBi gain
  • Linear polarization
3.2 x 1.6 x 1.1mm


Miniature 6240~8500MHz chip antenna with AEC-Q200 qualification

Miniature 7370MHz Center frequency 6240~8500MHz chip antenna with automotive AEC-Q200 qualification

  • 6240 ~ 8500MHz Fc : 7370MHz
  •  High temperature and humidity stability
  • 3216 package
  • Wide ‐55°C to +125°C operating temperature
3.05 x 1.60 x 0.55mm


Linear polarized chip antenna for GPS

Sub-miniature 1561~1610MHz Dielectric chip antenna for GPS GNSS BEIDOU applications

  • 1561 ~ 1610MHz
  • VSWR 2.0
  • Low profile
3.23 x 1.66 x 1.23mm


2400~2500MHz Dielectric Chip Antenna 

The GA DCAJ0S10 is a dielectric chip antenna designed for bluetooth and WLAN applications.

  • 2400MHz ~ 2500MHz
  • Peak gain of 2.71dBi (2450MHz)
  • -6.5dB maximum return loss
  • 3216 Package
25 x 25 x 4mm


GPS Glonass Beidou internal active antenna

The active embedded patch antenna with circularly polarized radiation pattern features directional operation to be used in a navigation scenario, where the antenna always keep facing sky to receive satellite signals effectively. Also available with custom cable and connectors.

  • 1561.098MHz, 1575.42MHz, 1602.0MHz
  • Gain 25.5± 3dBi @ 1575.42MHz
  • 1.8V - 5.5V operation
  • 10mA typical current
12.0 x 12.0 x 4.7mm

GA PA012FD0002

High performance 5.850Ghz - 5.925GHz patch antenna

High performance patch antenna at 5.8GHz and 5.9Ghz perfect for vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) applications

  • 5850 ~ 5925MHz
  • 475MHz min bandwidth
  • 4.5dBi Typical Gain
  • -40°C to +105°C Operating temperature
5.0 x 2.0 x 1.0mm

GA PCAK0000-14

Omni-directional 2450MHz chip antenna

2.4 ~ 2.5GHz print chip antenna.  Very small package for easy integration into a space-limited design

  • 2400 ~ 2500MHz 
  • Omni-directional
  • WiFi , Bluetooth Applications
  • Miniature package

What is a chip antenna? 

Chip antennas are made from low loss, high dielectric constant, ceramics with integrated conductors that shrink the space needed for an antenna compared to the same electrical length conductor in air or printed on a PCB.

Chip antennas are commonly used in small electronic devices due to their small footprint and low cost. This makes them perfect for devices such as mobile phones, Wi-Fi routers, laptops, and wearables, where space is at a premium.

Chip antennas come in various shapes and sizes, but they are typically very small, with a length in millimeters. They can be designed to operate over a wide range of frequencies, from a few hundred megahertz to several gigahertz, depending on the specific application. Chip antennas can be designed to have different radiation patterns, including omnidirectional, directional, or even a combination of both.

What are the advantages of using chip antenna?

One of the main advantages of chip antennas is their small size and readymade PCB layout, which allows them to be easily integrated into small electronic devices. 

They also offer good performance and reliability, and they can be manufactured at a relatively low cost, making them a cost-effective solution for electronic manufactures.

Due to their small size, good performance, and cost-effectiveness. chip antennas are a popular choice for manufactures aiming to quickly produce small wireless electronic devices.

To purchase chip antenna and other type of antennae from Golledge, or to find out more about our products, get in contact with one of our experts today.

How do chip and patch antennas differ from traditional antennas?

Chip and patch antennas are characterised by their compact size and planar design, which allows them to be integrated directly onto circuit boards or other surfaces. Unlike traditional antennas, they do not require external mounting hardware, making them ideal for space-constrained applications.

What are the advantages of chip and patch antennas?

Chip and patch antennas offer several advantages, including small size, low profile, lightweight construction, and ease of integration. They provide reliable wireless connectivity in a wide range of devices, including smartphones, tablets, IoT devices, and wearable technology.

What are the common applications of chip and patch antennas?

Chip and patch antennas are commonly used in various wireless communication systems and devices, including Wi-Fi routers, Bluetooth devices, GPS receivers, RFID systems, and satellite communication terminals. They are also used in automotive electronics, aerospace systems, and industrial automation.

Can chip and patch antennas be customised for specific frequency bands and applications?

Yes, chip and patch antennas can be customised for specific frequency bands, polarization types, and performance requirements. Our engineering team can work closely with customers to develop custom antenna solutions tailored to their exact specifications and application needs.

How do chip and patch antennas perform in terms of signal range and coverage?

Chip and patch antennas offer reliable signal range and coverage suitable for most wireless communication applications. Their performance may vary depending on factors such as frequency, antenna design, and environmental conditions. However, our antennas are optimised to provide excellent performance across a wide range of scenarios.

Are chip and patch antennas suitable for use in outdoor environments?

Yes, chip and patch antennas can be designed for outdoor use and are suitable for applications such as outdoor Wi-Fi networks, satellite communication terminals, and remote monitoring systems. They are typically housed in weatherproof enclosures to withstand exposure to moisture, UV radiation, and temperature fluctuations.

Do chip and patch antennas require specific impedance matching for optimal performance?

Yes, chip and patch antennas require proper impedance matching to achieve optimal performance and maximise signal efficiency. Our antennas are designed and tested to ensure proper impedance matching for seamless integration into RF systems.

Are chip and patch antennas RoHS compliant?

Yes, chip and patch antennas offered by our company are RoHS compliant, adhering to international environmental standards and regulations regarding the restriction of hazardous substances. We prioritize sustainability and environmental responsibility in our manufacturing processes.

Can chip and patch antennas be used in mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets?

Yes, chip and patch antennas are commonly used in mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets to provide wireless connectivity for cellular, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and GPS functionalities. Their compact size and performance make them ideal for integration into portable electronics.

Can chip and patch antennas be mounted directly onto circuit boards?

Yes, chip and patch antennas can be mounted directly onto circuit boards, making them suitable for integration into compact electronic devices and systems. Their planar design allows for easy surface mounting, eliminating the need for additional external hardware and simplifying assembly processes.