New outdoor antennas support 4G and 5G networks

21-10-2022 | Pasternack | Passives

Pasternack has extended its line of wideband, log periodic antennas.

Its new, high-performance, wideband, log periodic antennas operate from 600MHz to 6000MHz for point-to-point wireless communications. They feature gain ranging from 3dBi to 16dBi and can be employed for long-distance directional communication across a broad range of frequencies.

These outdoor-rated, directional antennas work as boosters where the existing cellular signal is weak and must reach longer distances. This makes them excellent for strengthening 5G, 4G, LTE, CMDA, LoRA, IoT and Wi-Fi signals. They also offer 8" to 12" pigtails terminated with a single Type N female connector, vertical polarisation, and brackets that enable vertical or horizontal mounting.

The radomes of these 5G, log periodic, directional antennas provide a weatherproof ABS construction that ensures optimum performance and reliability in the harshest environments.

"Our expanded offering of outdoor-rated, wideband, log periodic, directional antennas has versatile compatibility and industry-leading high-gain performance. They are excellent for boosting cellular coverage for a myriad of applications," said Kevin Hietpas, product manager.


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