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Wireless Antenna Tutorial

What is a Wireless Antenna?
A wireless antenna is the part of a radio communications system that radiates and/or collects radio frequency energy.

How are Wireless Antennas used?
Wireless antennas are typically connected via low loss coaxial cable either to an amplifier, splitter, filter or directly to a wireless access point or router. For outdoor applications wireless antennas are often attached via mounting clamps to a mast or to the side of a building via mounting brackets. Wireless Antennas used indoors are typically ceiling mounted or sometimes mounted high up on a wall.

Where are Wireless Antennas used?
Wireless antennas are used in many environments and for many applications. Models for both indoor and outdoor use are available as well as specialty antennas such as Marine antennas used in nautical applications.

Wireless antennas are used in both commercial and military/government applications including small office /home office (SOHO) networks, Enterprise (office) networks, supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) networks, homeland security, factory automation, mining, oil processing , wireless cafe “hotspots”, energy management and control, police, fire and emergency services networks, radio frequency identification (RFID) applications, and industrial science and medical (ISM) networks.

Wireless antennas are used in/on buildings, oil rigs, wind turbines, terrestrial vehicles, boats, aircraft and other mobile and stationary platforms.

A Critical Component for Every Wireless Application…

The selection of the correct wireless antenna is paramount to achieving overall wireless system performance. L-com’s HyperLink Brand of wireless antennas offers a wide range of frequencies, antenna styles, gain specifications, and Beamwidth coverage for your wireless system applications and needs. When performance is essential, select the best HyperLink antenna to fit the application.

WiFi Antenna Configurations/Characteristics

     Grid AntennaGRID - Range, Grid, Rugged Outdoor     Log Periodic AntennaLOG PERIODIC - Range, Narrow Beam
Dish AntennaDISH - Range, Gain, Narrow beam
Panel AntennaPANEL - Gain, Wide Beam, Outdoor
Omni AntennaOMNI - 360°Coverage, Indoor/OutdoorArray AntennaARRAYS - 360° coverage, Gain, Range
Ceiling AntennaCEILING - 360° Coverage, IndoorDiversity AntennaDIVERSITY - Multi-Band, Broad Band
Yagi AntennaYAGI - Range, Narrow Beam, GainRubber Duck AntennaRUBBER DUCK - 360° Coverage, Access Points, Routers
Mobile Mount AntennaMOBILE MOUNT - 360° Coverage, OutdoorMarine AntennaMARINE - 360° Coverage, Nautical Environments

 

Frequencies Covered by L-com’s HyperLink Brand WiFi Antennas

900 MHz3.5 GHz5.8 GHz
1.2 GHz4.9 GHzMulti-Band
1.9 GHz5.1 GHzVery Broad-Band
2.4 GHz5.3 GHzCustom
2.6 GHz5.4 GHz 
 
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