Draper, Utah - Pacific Wireless has introduced an omnidirectional, extended-range "rubber duck" antenna for wireless LANs operating at 2.4 GHz and meeting the 802.11 standard.
The Model IN24-5RD provides a 5.5-dBi gain rather than the industry-standard 2.2 dBi, thus doubling the signal strength for WLAN communications, the company said. It provides a 360 degrees horizontal transmission pattern and a 50 degrees vertical transmission pattern. The transmit/receive element can be tilted to 0 degrees , 45 degrees and 90 degrees relative to the base equipment to maximize signal strength. Frequency range is 2.4 to 2.485 GHz, impedance is 50 ohms, input power is 10 watts and operating temperature range is -10 degrees C to 60 degrees C. In lots of 100, the antenna lists at $18.50 per unit.
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