L-com Introduces New Omni, Yagi, Panel and Portable Antennas

L-com, an Infinite Electronics brand and a manufacturer of wired and wireless connectivity products announced that it has launched a new series of antennas that cover frequencies ranging from 824 MHz to 5.8 GHz and are designed to address a wide range of wireless connectivity applications.

Previously, these new antennas were only available as custom order products, but due to increasing demand, L-com now offers these antennas as in-stock, off-the-shelf items. The four new Omni antennas include the HGV-906U-NM which features 6 dBi of gain and 824-960MHz frequency range coverage. The HGV-4958-06U-NM covers 4.9 to 5.8 GHz and offers 6 dBi of gain. The HGV-2458-03U-NM is designed for operation in the 2.4 GHz and 4.9-5.8 GHz band with 3 dBi of gain. And the HGV-2404U-MMCX supports 2.4 to 2.5 GHz frequencies with 4 dBi of gain as well as an MMCX right angle connector.

The new Yagi antennas consist of the HG914YE-NF-BLK and HG909YE-NF-BLK that support 824 to 960 MHz frequencies with 14 dBi and 9 dBi gain, respectively. Additional features include Type-N female connectors and a black, anodized aluminum boom. The new HG2458-10DP-BLK dual-band, vertically polarized, panel antenna is suitable for indoor and outdoor applications in the 2.4 GHz and 4.9-5.8 GHz band and was designed primarily for use in MIMO point-to-multipoint and point-to-point applications.

Lastly, the HG2403RDR-MMCX portable, rubber duck antenna offers a small 4.7" flexible design, operates in the 2.4-2.5 GHz frequency band and features an MMCX connector. Kevin Hietpas, Product Line Manager at L-com said that previously, these antennas were requested as custom order items to address several different customers' wireless networking applications. Over time they have seen the demand for these antennas grow which prompted us to make these into standard catalog items with off-the-shelf availability. Installers and network designers will find these new antennas offer flexibility in frequency coverage, form factors and gain options.

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  • Country: United States
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