Maxtena designs and manufactures advanced antenna solutions based on our patented Dynamic Aperture Technology TM (DAT)

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About Maxtena

Maxtena designs and manufactures advanced antenna solutions based on our patented Dynamic Aperture Technology TM (DAT). Our antennas empower our customers to develop unparalleled solutions for Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS), Terrestrial and Satellite Machine-to-Machine (M2M), and Mobile Satellite Services (MSS) applications.

Maxtena was founded in 2007, fueled by the desire to create the first commercially viable digitally steerable antenna. Several years of conducting research has culminated in the creation of Dynamic Aperture Technology (DAT™).


There have been significant advances in the area of radio frequency integrated circuits (RFICs), field programmable gate array (FPGS), and other aspects of wireless communications (e.g. sophisticated modulation schemes) in recent years. However, the advances in antenna technology have been slow.

At Maxtena we take an approach where the next advances in wireless communications will come from looking at fundamental problems from the antenna and the electromagnetic perspective and to use our patented technologies to better manage and control spatial energy distribution.

This new perspective lends itself to novel technologies which we hope will drive the new wireless infrastructure with smaller and higher efficiency devices, enable more bandwidth and combat interference.

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