Siretta Antennas Announce New Look Website

Siretta Antennas, the Berkshire, UK based M2M antenna specialist today launched their new look website.

The website at www.siretta.co.uk builds on the success of Siretta in the wireless M2M and telemetry marketplace over the last few years for the supply of highly efficient antennas and cabling and takes into account customers search criteria when shortlisting products suitable for a new project.


Segmented by technology and mounting method and with a similar search criteria for RF cables and connectors, the website is simpler to navigate and compare products across the 76MHz - 5.8GHz bandwidths and technology areas.

With a growing reputation throughout Europe as a technical specialist in the wireless M2M and telemetry markets, Siretta have set up a Knowledge Base accessible on the site. Users can find technical resources such as design consideration tips and installation guides as well as antenna and cable articles written by Siretta engineers and published on the web.

David Taylor, Business Manager of Siretta Antennas comments "The new look website is aimed at making searching for antenna products simpler to identify and faster to design in via the downloadable data. Prototypes are also easier to source from stock with links directly to European distributors - often directly to their respective web shops".

For further information, please contact Siretta on +44 118 976 9014 or info@siretta.co.uk

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