|Place of Origin:||Shenzhen, China.|
|Certification:||RoHS and REACH Compliant by Exemption|
|Minimum Order Quantity:||500 pcs per item|
|Packaging Details:||bubble PP bag or EPE/inner box/master carton(safe export packaging)|
|Delivery Time:||10 days|
|Payment Terms:||L/C,T/T,Western Union,MoneyGram,PayPal|
|Supply Ability:||80,000 Pieces per Month|
|Polarization:||Horizontal Or Vertical||Element:||18|
|Half-power Beam Width（°）:||H：30 V：28||Lightning Protection:||DC Ground|
|Input Connector Type:||RP-SMA Male Or Others|
This HyperGain High-Performance Yagi Antenna combines high gain with a wide 30 degrees beam-width.
2.4 GHz 18 dBi heavy-duty extruded anodized Aluminum Yagi Antenna - with PR-SMA male cable specifications:
Extruded anodized Aluminum Alloy framework;
Full day working;
Vertical or horizontal mounting way.
2.4 GHz WLAN system;
Point-to-point, point-to-multipoint system;
Wireless bridging, client termination antenna.
AMXW-2400-18 Electrical Specifications
Frequency range(MHz): 2400 - 2483
Half-power beam width(°): H:30 V:28
Front-to-back ratio(dB): ≥16
Input Impedance(Ω): 50
Polarization: Horizontal or Vertical
Maximum input power(W): 100
Lightning protection: DC Ground
Input connector type: RP-SMA male or others
Cable length(m): 1
Antenna weight(kg): 0.35
Operating temperature(°c): -40~60
Rated Wind Velocity(m/s): 60
Mounting hardware(mm): Φ35~Φ50
What is a Yagi Antenna?
A Yagi Antenna, or Yagi-Uda antenna, is named for its inventors Shintaro Uda and Hidetsugu Yagi of Japan. A Yagi antenna is a directional type antenna with a single dipole, a reflector, and multiple elements. Yagi antennas can be used for point to point or point to multi-point WiFi applications. Ameison offers NON-Radome enclosed Yagi antennas, as well as dual polarized and Log Periodic Yagi antennas. Additionally, our Yagi-Uda antennas support frequencies from 88 MHz to 5.8 GHz. Custom Yagi antennas are also available.
This high gain wideband directional antenna covers all international cellular, mobile and wireless data bands including GSM 900/GSM1800/UMTS/LTE bands as well as extended cellular and WiMAX bands such as European/USA “Digital Dividend bands” and 2.3-2.7GHz licensed and unlicensed data bands. Its configuration is suitable for various wireless communications systems.
I have a weak signal in the area I live and want to increase signal strength to improve download speeds. What antenna should I use?
To find the best solution to increase throughput and signal speed with an antenna several dimensions should be considered.
(1)Indoor / outdoor:
---If you can mount it, a suitable outdoor antenna can deliver much better performance.
(2)Directional (panel, Yagi, LPDA) or omnidirectional antenna:
---If you are in a remote area where the direction of the next base station can be clearly identified, it is best to use a directional antenna and align it with the base station.
----If you are in an (urban) area where there are different signal sources and/or you are working with different providers an omnidirectional antenna offers the better and more flexible solution.
(3)High or low gain:
---In general – the higher the gain the better. But gain correlates with size of an antenna so typically there are limits. Further, if you are in an area with very strong signal strengths, a lower gain antenna may work better.
(4)What about all the other antenna characteristics?
---V.S.W.R (to be amended) Patterns (to be amended).