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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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Omnidirectional antennas for 869 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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Mounting accessories

Mounting accessories for fixing antennas to walls, masts or the control cabinet

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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.
,

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.
,

Omnidirectional antennas for 869 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.
,

Mounting accessories

Mounting accessories for fixing antennas to walls, masts or the control cabinet