Advanced compact rubberduck and whip-style antennas deliver high-performance

15-11-2023 | Pasternack | Test & Measurement

Pasternack offers its latest product line – a sophisticated series of rubberduck and whip-style antennas. These antennas, created to elevate wireless applications, demonstrate the company's dedication to delivering top-tier, high-efficiency solutions.

The newly minted rubberduck and whip-style antennas display portability and performance. Ideal for various scenarios, they act as lightweight, compact enhancers for radios. Engineered to a high quality, these antennas are adapted to specific frequency brackets, providing maximum operational proficiency.

The stubby-style antennas stand out, balancing compactness and top-tier functionality. From the bustling frequency of 2.4GHz to 916MHz, these antennas deliver a broad bandwidth, meeting multiple wireless needs.

A broad frequency palette, gains peaking at 4.5dBi, and designs varying from the subtle concave to the adaptable tilt and swivel styles display the range of this collection. Moreover, with fine-tuned performance in the 4G LTE and 5G realms, these antennas address the growing demands of next-generation connectivity.

Flexibility remains at the core of the company's design philosophy. These antennas come supplied with SMA male and RPSMA connectors, making integration simple. The inclusion of a 90° connector provides adaptability, and with features such as water resistance and dust ingress, linear polarisation, and the advantage of dual-band Wi-Fi, they offer unparalleled assets in the antenna domain.

"At Pasternack, we believe in shaping the future of wireless communication," said product line manager Kevin Hietpas. "Our rubberduck and whip-style antennas are a testament to our unwavering pursuit of excellence and our passion to provide next-level solutions."

By Seb Springall