What does an aerial do? It transmits and receives electro magnetic waves. To transmit, the antenna converts electric energy, for instance from a DATAEAGLE device, into electro magnetic waves. In order to receive, it works the other way round, converting electro magnetic waves into electric energy. You need to choose the right antenna and to mount it correctly to ensure the best transmission path and thus optimal conditions for data transfer.

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Omnidirectional antennas for 915 MHz

An omnidirectional antenna has an even radiation pattern horizontally in all directions. That means it has a horizontal opening angle of 360°. Therefore it is often used for rotating or mobile applications.
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Directional antennas for 2,4 GHz

A directional antenna focuses its radiation density in a specific direction. Due to its directivity, interfering transmitters placed outside of primary or secondary lobes are muted, and the antenna increases its reach in beam direction. Consequently the antenna radiates in one direction only.
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Directional antennas for 869 MHz

A directional antenna focuses its radiation density in a specific direction. Due to its directivity, interfering transmitters placed outside of primary or secondary lobes are muted, and the antenna increases its reach in beam direction. Consequently the antenna radiates in one direction only.
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Omnidirectional antennas for cellular radio

An omnidirectional antenna has an even radiation pattern horizontally in all directions. That means it has a horizontal opening angle of 360°. Therefore it is often used for rotating or mobile applications.
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Antenna splitter

The antenna splitter distributes one transmission power to two antennas

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Omnidirectional antennas for 915 MHz

An omnidirectional antenna has an even radiation pattern horizontally in all directions. That means it has a horizontal opening angle of 360°. Therefore it is often used for rotating or mobile applications.
,

Directional antennas for 2,4 GHz

A directional antenna focuses its radiation density in a specific direction. Due to its directivity, interfering transmitters placed outside of primary or secondary lobes are muted, and the antenna increases its reach in beam direction. Consequently the antenna radiates in one direction only.
,

Directional antennas for 869 MHz

A directional antenna focuses its radiation density in a specific direction. Due to its directivity, interfering transmitters placed outside of primary or secondary lobes are muted, and the antenna increases its reach in beam direction. Consequently the antenna radiates in one direction only.
,

Omnidirectional antennas for cellular radio

An omnidirectional antenna has an even radiation pattern horizontally in all directions. That means it has a horizontal opening angle of 360°. Therefore it is often used for rotating or mobile applications.
,

Antenna splitter

The antenna splitter distributes one transmission power to two antennas