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Wi-Fi MIMO antenna

C&T RF Antennas Inc Part # CTBS-2458-1012Q9VMM-001 is a dual-band omni-directional MIMO antenna that is suitable for installation on a vehicle or other location. The antenna is designed for operation in the 2.4 - 2.5 GHz, 5.0 GHz, and offers 10/12 dBi of peak gain.

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C&T RF Antennas Inc Part # CTBS-2458-1012Q9VMM-001 is a dual-band omni-directional MIMO antenna that is suitable for installation on a vehicle or other location. The antenna is designed for operation in the 2.4 - 2.5 GHz, 5.0 GHz, and offers 10/12 dBi of peak gain.


C&T RF Antennas Inc Part # CTBS-2458-1012Q9VMM-001 is a dual-band omni-directional MIMO antenna that is suitable for installation on a vehicle or other location. The antenna is designed for operation in the 2.4 - 2.5 GHz, 5.0 GHz, and offers 10/12 dBi of peak gain.


2.4GHz&5.8GHz Six Ports Wi-FI MIMO Antenna


Item: CTBS-2458-1012Q9VMM-001
Wi-Fi/WLAN 2.4GHz&5.8GHz Six Ports Smart MIMO Antenna


Specifications:
Frequency: 2400-2500MHz/5150-5800MHz
Gain: 10dBi/12dBi
H-Beam width: 360°
V-Beam width: 9°±3°
V.S.W.R: ≤1.5/≤1.8
F/B Ratio: ≥20dB
Polarization: Vertical
Dimension: Φ140*650mm


Base-station MIMO antennas are commonly used in 4G LTE wireless networks, IEEE 802.11n WLANs, and other wireless devices, with two or more antenna elements per housing. For a directional antenna configuration, such as a Yagi antenna in a 4G LTE system, at least two separate antennas must be within the housing to benefit from MIMO operation. In this case, the first antenna in an LTE installation is rotated to a 45-deg. angle while the second antenna is set at a 135-deg. angle, to gain the most benefits of the two separate antennas’ directional characteristics. Also, remember that LTE uses what’s known as polarization diversity to distinguish between the data streams passing between the two separate antenna elements.


Why Go MIMO?
MIMO antennas were developed due to a large number of users expected in IEEE 802.11n wireless local-area networks (WLANs). Using multiple antennas in a single housing, or multiple-element MIMO antennas in a configuration that appears to be a single antenna increases the data throughput and communications range of a WLAN compared to a network with a single antenna and the same radio transmit power. The use of a greater number of antenna elements or MIMO antennas also helps to minimize the effects of signal fading due to reflections and absorbed signals, compared to systems operating with a single antenna. The wireless-communications capacity of a WLAN can be increased by transmitting multiple data streams at the same time over MIMO antennas.


As MIMO antenna designs are refined and their beam patterns optimized, more wireless users can benefit from a given amount of bandwidth. This is especially important as systems such as fifth-generation (5G) wireless reach to millimeter-wave frequencies in search of available bandwidth.

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