Wi-Fi 6e/7 point-to-point antennas ensure reliable usage for multiple devices

20-07-2023 | RadioWaves | Passives

RadioWaves has launched a new line of 6GHz point-to-point antennas for accessing the newest Wi-Fi 6e or Wi-Fi 7 frequency bands.

The company's new Wi-Fi 6e/7 point-to-point antennas feature type-N female and RP-SMA male connector options for MIMO applications.

The portfolio comprises parabolic antennas with frequency ranges from 4.9GHz to 7.125GHz, granting access to the latest Wi-Fi 6e and upcoming Wi-Fi 7 bands.

The offering includes collapsible and rigid parabolic antennas with sizes of 1', 2' and 3'. These parabolic antennas are engineered with dual slant and V/H polarisation with quick adjustments.

"Our customers need to access the latest 6GHz bands, including those used in Wi-Fi 6e and Wi-Fi 7, to handle the increasing demands of multiple devices operating at once, without sacrificing their network performance. That's why we've designed these point-to-point antennas − to help their networks reach greater channel bandwidth, increased AP capacity and more efficient bandwidth sharing," said Kevin Hietpas, antenna product line manager.

By Seb Springall