You should be able to find something suitable here:
http://www.taoglas.com/antennas/Wi-Fi_Zigbee_Public_Safety/
I've used their antennas for several projects before and have never had a problem. I really like their internal flexible PCB antennas, which are 'peel and stick' like a sticker.

Chris


On Wed, Jun 19, 2013 at 4:14 PM, beaker <pej02@yahoo.co.uk> wrote:
I'm building a relatively small battery-powered handheld device using a
BT+WiFi-enabled Overo series board (my wireless AP's will be about 100 yards
away from the device). I'd like to ditch the existing "rubber duck" style
antennas in favor of something smaller and neater. Does anyone out there
have any suggestions for a good alternative that they have tested?



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