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Omni-directional Fiberglass Antenna 4G LTE dipole antenna

C&T RF Antennas Inc Omni-directional Fiberglass Antenna 4G LTE antenna with high gain 8 dBi for M2M devices for next-generation networks.
The demand for high-performance wireless access is driving the move to 4G/LTE networks. With LTE devices, there are two antenna ports for transmitting and receiving information enabling the high throughput that today’s connected devices require. The C&T RF Antennas Inc has developed a range of antennas all with very high performance to meet the demands of LTE networks and devices. Using any of our off-the-shelf LTE antennas will future proof M2M devices for next-generation networks.

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C&T RF Antennas Inc Omni-directional Fiberglass Antenna 4G LTE antenna with high gain 8 dBi for M2M devices for next-generation networks.
The demand for high-performance wireless access is driving the move to 4G/LTE networks. With LTE devices, there are two antenna ports for transmitting and receiving information enabling the high throughput that today’s connected devices require. The C&T RF Antennas Inc has developed a range of antennas all with very high performance to meet the demands of LTE networks and devices. Using any of our off-the-shelf LTE antennas will future proof M2M devices for next-generation networks.




C&T RF Antennas Inc Omni-directional Fiberglass Antenna 4G LTE antenna dipole antenna with high gain 8 dBi for M2M devices for next-generation networks.

The demand for high-performance wireless access is driving the move to 4G/LTE networks. With LTE devices, there are two antenna ports for transmitting and receiving information enabling the high throughput that today’s connected devices require. The C&T RF Antennas Inc has developed a range of antennas all with very high performance to meet the demands of LTE networks and devices. Using any of our off-the-shelf LTE antennas will future proof M2M devices for next-generation networks.

Features : LTE / GSM / CDMA /GPS/ DCS /PCS / WCDMA / UMTS / HSPA / GPRS / EDGE /IMT 700MHz to 960MHz, 1710MHz to 2700Mhz

The 4G LTE dipole Antenna designed primarily for use with 3G and 4G Cellular Gateways and Routers, with assisted GPS. It does not require a ground-plane to connect to. It has a quality robust fiberglass housing. The antenna has an SMA(Male) connector. It can be used straight. The antenna has a wide-band high-efficiency response on nearly all 4G/3G/2G frequency bands worldwide, and can also be used for other cellular and wireless applications such as GSM, and 2.4GHz WI-FI.


Frequency: 698-960MHz 1710-2700 MHz External Wireless Antennas with SMA Male Connector are coaxial sleeve design with an omnidirectional pattern rubber duck style antenna, and designed primarily for the 4G LTE applications and public safety band applications


 Specifications:

RF Antenna Type

Omni-directional Fiberglass Antenna

Frequency -MHz

700-960Mhz, 1710-2700Mhz,

Material

Fiberglass

Gain-dBi

8 dBi

Storage Temperature range

-40~+70°C

VSWR

≤1.8

Impedance-Ω

50 ohms

Polarization

Vertical

Max.Power-W

100W

Working Temperature range

-40~+70°C

Color

Black

Connector

SMA or N-type

Size

20x400mm


























These robust Omni directional antennas are designed for years of outdoor use.
The heavy-duty Wireless omnidirectional antennas are rugged and high performance.
These antennas feature a durable fiberglass all weather operation design and include a pole mounting bracket.

Feature:
Exquisite appearance
Good impact resistance, waterproofing, and anticorrosion ability
Full day working
Optimized dimension
High gain, low standing wave, strong anti-interference ability

What is the purpose of an antenna?
An antenna is used to convert electric energy into radio waves which enable communication/ instruction between two points. These are usually a radio transmitter and receiver- no radio device will work without one. Depending on the application, antennas can sometimes be as simple as a piece of wire. They work when radio waves reach an antenna and cause the electrons inside it to vibrate. This creates an electric current that duplicates the original signal.

What is the Gain?
Gain is a key performance indicator which combines an antenna’s directivity and electrical efficiency. Gain describes how well the antenna converts input power into radio waves headed in a specified direction or vice versa. Essentially, it refers to how well the antenna works to receive or transmit a signal compared to if you didn’t have one.
Gain is measured in Decibels (dBi) and the larger the dBi, the more gain it has. High gain antennas are useful for manipulating the signal to go further in one direction and less in another but do not increase the signal strength overall. For example, using a high gain antenna on your wifi router would improve the signal reach on the floor it’s on, but rooms on other floors of the house are likely to have some trouble connecting to the internet.

What Types of Antenna Are There?
These are some basic antenna types that can be used for a variety of applications, along with some basic characteristics:
C&T RF antennas Inc stocks a wide range of antenna that can be used for a myriad of applications, including some of those listed above. Take a look at the antennas section of our website for full information, or do not hesitate to send us the inquiry email to rfproducts1@ctrfantennas.com




A dipole antenna is a straight electrical conductor measuring 1/2 wavelength from end to end and connected at the center to a radio-frequency (RF) feed line.

Most antennas in use can be seen as based on the dipole. Although they may be used as standalone low-gain antennas, they are also employed as driven elements in more complex antenna designs such as the Yagi antenna and driven arrays. Dipole antennas (or such designs derived from them, including the monopole) are used to feed more elaborate directional antennas such as a horn antenna, parabolic reflector or corner reflector. Engineers analyze vertical (or other monopolies) antennas on the basis of dipole antennas of which they are one half.


RF Antenna knowledge
1. Antenna Gain
Gain is one of the most important parameters of the antenna system, the definition of antenna gain and omnidirectional antenna or half-wave dipole antenna related. Omnidirectional radiation is assumed that in all directions and radiation power of the radiator, the antenna gain in a given direction is the field strength in that direction.


2. The antenna input interface
In order to improve the reliability of passive intermodulation and RF connector, enter the base station antenna interface using 7/16DIN-Female, before the antenna is used, the port should cover, so as not to form oxides or entering impurities.


3. Antenna size and weight
In order to facilitate antenna storage, transportation, installation, and safety, to meet the electrical indicators, the antenna dimensions should be as small as lightweight as possible.


4. Wind loads
The base station antennas are usually mounted on tall buildings and towers, especially in coastal areas, the annual wind speed and requires the antenna work at 36m / s when without destroying the 55m / s when.


5. The working temperature and humidity
The base station antenna should be at ambient temperature -40 ℃ - + work within a range of 65 ℃. The base station antenna relative humidity should be within the range of 0-100% of a normal working environment.


This 4G LTE antenna is an ideal solution for 4G LTE and cellular applications including wireless routers, telemetry and telematics application where 4G LTE, cellular, GSM and 3G capability is required.


Why have a 4G LTE Antenna?
The use of the right 4G LTE antenna is important for the availability and performance of the appliances connected to it. Cellular networks are subjected to constant variations in conditions which are beyond the control of any individual user. Changes in reception can be caused by the construction and dismantling of broadcasting masts, seasonal variations due to factors such as tree growth and weather as well as the behavior of other users. For this reason, the choice of the appropriate antenna is of decisive importance.
 
4G LTE Frequencies
Since 4G LTE networks in China, Europe, and the USA and other parts of the world are set up to operate between 698 MHz and 2700 MHz, only multi-band antennas catering for the full frequency range should be used for 4G LTE. A great advantage of this is that these multi-band antennas also cover the GSM, GPRS, and CDMA, UMTS frequencies. Where reception is good enough, omnidirectional antennas should suffice. In problematic reception conditions, a beam or directional antenna, which in principle operates more efficiently, can be used instead.


Applications:
•         Long Term Evolution (LTE), more commonly marketed as 4G LTE, is an industry standard for wireless communication of high-speed data for mobile phones and data terminals.
•         WiFi is a local area wireless network that allows an electronic device to connect to the internet using 2.4 GHz UHF and 5 GHz SHF radio waves.
•         Code-Division Multiple Access (CDMA), a digital cellular technology that uses spread-spectrum techniques. This
•         Time Division Multiple Access (TDMA), a technology for delivering digital wireless service using time-division multiplexing.
•         Global System for Mobile Communications (GSM), one of the leading digital cellular systems. GSM uses narrowband TDMA, which allows eight simultaneous calls on the same radio frequency.
•         General Packet Radio Service (GPRS), a standard for wireless communications which runs at speeds up to 115 kilobits per second.
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