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What antenna is this? I can't seem to find info online.

OK, major amateur move on my part, but during battery replacement on my Droid Turbo, I popped one of the antenna spring contacts off the main board. I've attached pictures showing the antenna on the midframe, and the location of the actual spring tab on the main board.

The tab has gone to the abyss somewhere, so I attempted to create a new one with some springy copper from a scavenged grounding tab, but I could not get it to solder to the 6 tiny little dots that were left on the circuit board. I chocked it up as a loss, reassembled, and tested, but everything seems to function fine? Only thing I can't test is Bluetooth, but with the setup of the antenna, I'm thinking it is the WiFi antenna, but even that seems to be functioning normally.

Anybody have a clue which antenna I longer have?

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Found the answer on my own finally. Attached is the antenna spec sheet provided by Motorola to the FCC, just in case anybody else might have a need for this information down the road.

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I have the same problem, but on the WiFi spring., so I'm getting weak signals of wifi and Bluetooth.

Have you managed to solder it back?

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Sorry Douglas, I never saw your comment until today. I never did get it back on. I continued to use the phone for about another year after that. It worked for the most part, though wasn't as good in fringe areas. I can only assume that was because it appears that the antenna contact I lost was a secondary antenna for the CDMA cell band.

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Chris さん、ありがとうございました!
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