0.3m 57 to 66GHz Dual-polarized Integrated High XPD Microwave Antenna
Frequency (GHz) 57~66
Polarization Dual(V & H)
Gain , Low(dBi) 41.2
Gain, Mid(dBi) 41.8
Gain, Top(dBi) 42.4
Beam Width 0.9°
Cross-pol. Discrimination_XPD (dB) 27
F/B Ratio (dB) 62
VSWR / RL (dB) 1.5/14
Regulatory Compliance ETSI EN 302217 Range 6 Class 3A
If you own a wireless enabled device, such as a laptop or smartphone, choosing the right wireless antenna manufacturer can be important for its performance. The antenna is one of the main components in wireless networking. It is often referred to as a conductor because it sends signals from a transmitter (radio or cell phone) wirelessly to receivers (cellular phones or laptops). In order for the signal to travel to the receiver, it needs to be in a form of an electric or a kinetic energy. Antenna manufacturers can provide the necessary components that enable devices to send and receive signals.
There are various types of wireless connections. Most commonly used are Bluetooth and Wi-Fi. However, other less popular wireless connections include WiMax, 3G, and EV-DO. Most manufacturers offer a variety of antenna configurations to meet the needs of different wireless devices. Depending on your wireless application, you can use any type of antenna to receive and transmit signals. As an example, if you are looking for a wireless connection in your vehicle, you might want to use an antenna that transmits in the form of infrared light.
When looking for an appropriate manufacturer, take note of the technology used in the product. The manufacturer should be able to demonstrate and explain the technology used in the wireless equipment. You must also ensure that they have received clear certification from a reputable institution. Wireless equipment that does not receive certification will not perform as well as those that do. Wireless manufacturers that are certified will be able to present you with technical support and service options that will enhance the performance of your wireless connection.
The reputation of the manufacturer is also very important. Check out their online and offline business reputation to make sure that you will work with the most reputable company. Companies that are continuously generating negative reports are likely to be unreliable. Manufacturers who have received good reviews from both customers and clients are highly recommended as you will have more confidence with their products.
You should also check if the manufacturer can offer you custom-made antennas. Some manufacturers will only sell you their standard product, which may not be what you are looking for. In addition to custom-made products, you should also consider if they will allow you to take advantage of their knowledge and experience. Most manufacturers will be willing to provide you with tips and advice that will help you determine the type of wireless network best suited for your home or business.
Finally, you should consider the reputation of the wireless antenna manufacturer. You should only buy from a manufacturer who has a good reputation and has helped many consumers with their needs. Remember that the reputation of the manufacturer does not directly correlate to the quality of their products. You should try looking at products from reputable manufacturers as your first few choices. It will not hurt to ask the retailer or vendor for advice if they are familiar with a manufacturer's quality standards.