NimbeLink, a pioneer in edge-based cellular network infrastructure for the industrial Internet of Things, was acquired by Airgain in 2021. was acquired by Airgain in 2021. Complex wireless communication problems have been the focus of Airgain for more than 20 years. Due to its custom cellular and antenna design history, the company has created a wide range of products, from embedded modems and antennas to fully integrated ones like vehicle networking platforms and asset tracking solutions.
Airgain’s solutions serve automotive, consumer, and business segments. In addition, it is a global leader in providing wireless connectivity solutions and developing and shipping goods.
NimbeLink Products & Technologies
NimbeLink offers a range of high-end solutions, including asset trackers, embedded modems, external and internal antennas, and other high-end equipment.
The company’s product line is listed below;
- AirgainConnect® Platform Overview
- AirgainConnect® AC-HPUE™
- Vehicle Networking Applications
- Asset Tracking Solution Overview
- Asset Tracking Devices
- Asset Tracker Partners
- External Antenna Overview
- Fleet Antennas
- IoT Antennas
- Private Networks
- Partner Solutions
- Embedded Modem Overview
- NimbeLink Embedded Modems
- Custom Cellular Solutions
- Cellular IoT Development Kits
- SIM Cards
- IoT Data Plans
- Internal Antennas
- Internal Antenna Applications
- IoT Antennas
NimbeLink Product Applications
Customers can utilize the high-quality products from NimbeLink in a variety of applications, including:
- Consumer Products
- Public Safety
Asset trackers, embedded modems, exterior and internal antennas, and other products are all shipped internationally by NimbeLink. Additionally, distributor BD Electronics charges the most competitive prices for high-performance NimbeLink equipment.
BD Electronics, a global distributor of obsolete electronic components, specializes in locating hard-to-find goods. You can make a part request to search for electronic components, and we’ll let you specify the pricing range.
FAQ About NimbeLink
Q1: How do you use an internal antenna?
A: Connect the input port of the antenna. Install the antenna and secure the connector after locating the antenna port on the back of your TV (if possible). If you’re using an extension cable, join it to both the input port on the TV and the antenna.
Q2: Do smart TVs have internal antennas?
A: Although most smart TVs include built-in antennae, these are mainly utilized for Bluetooth or Wi-Fi networking rather than for receiving free-to-air channels.
Q3: Where is the best place to put an inside antenna?
A: A window is an ideal site for an indoor TV antenna, although an attic or second-story space will do. It pays to test a few different attic sites because, occasionally, the signals will be interfered with by things in the room or roofing materials.
Q4: Where to order NimbeLink internal antennas online?
A: You may choose from various designs for NimbeLink internal antennas from BD Electronics. You can find the parts you’re looking for by visiting the BD Electronics website and using the product category section search.