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[* black] With a flick of the spudger, the remaining antenna connectors come free—releasing what we theorize to be a miniature Stargate. That, or the directionalomnidirectional antenna array.
[* icon_note] Each of the six PCBs is a pair of antennas. The smaller boards are 5 GHz, and the larger are 2.4 GHz, alternating around so that each antenna pair is 120° offset from the other two pairs of the same frequency.

[* black] Some engineer was probably pretty excited to design antennas in an arrow shape. Looking snazzy!
[* black] With a flick of the spudger, the remaining antenna connectors come free—releasing what we theorize to be a miniature Stargate. That, or the directionalomnidirectional antenna array.
[* icon_note] Each of the six PCBs is a pair of antennas. The smaller boards are 5 GHz, and the larger are 2.4 GHz, alternating around so that each antenna pair is 120° offset from the other two pairs of the same frequency.

[* black] Some engineer was probably pretty excited to design antennas in an arrow shape. Looking snazzy!
[* black] That one extra-long cable runs a bit lower on the motherboard, where it connects next to a ZigBee network co-processor—hello [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/IEEE_802.15.4|802.15.4|new_window=true] (coming soon).