Base Station Antennas

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Description:12-Port Base Station Antenna from 690 to 2690 MHz
Bands:
Hexa Band
Configuration:
Twin
Frequency:
690-960/1427-2690/1695-2690 MHz
Gain:
15.5 to 16.3 dBi
Horizontal Beamwidth:
65 Degree
Polarization:
Cross Polarization
Type:
Sector
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Description:16-Port Multibeam Antenna from 698-896 MHz and 1695-2400 MHz
Bands:
Dual Band
Frequency:
698 to 896 MHz / 1695 to 2400 MHz
Gain:
13.1 to 19.1 dBi
Horizontal Beamwidth:
28 to 42 Degree
Polarization:
Dual Slant (±45 Degrees)
Power:
200 W
Vertical Beamwidth:
6.3 to 23.7 Degrees
VSWR:
1.50:1
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Description:0.6M | 2 ft. Standard Performance Parabolic Reflector Antenna, Dual-polarized, 4.9-6GHz
Bands:
Single Band
Configuration:
Single
Frequency:
4.9 to 6 GHz
Gain:
28.1 to 34 dB
Horizontal Beamwidth:
6.2 Degrees
Polarization:
Dual (H+V)
Power:
5 W
Type:
Parabolic
Vertical Beamwidth:
6.2 Degrees
VSWR:
1.50:1
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Description:43.5 to 47.9 dBi Dual Band Base Station Antenna for 5.925 to 7.125 GHz / 10.3 to 11.7 GHz
Bands:
Dual Band
Frequency:
5.925 to 7.125 GHz / 10.3 to 11.7 GHz
Gain:
43.5 to 47.9 dBi
Polarization:
Dual (H+V), Cross Polarization
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Description:10-Port Penta-Beam Antenna from 1710 to 2690 MHz
Bands:
Penta Band
Frequency:
1710 to 2690 MHz
Gain:
19.8 to 20.6 dBi
Horizontal Beamwidth:
8±2 to 11±2 Degree
Polarization:
Dual Slant (±45 Degrees)
Power:
200 W
Vertical Beamwidth:
11.8 to 16 Degrees
VSWR:
1.50:1
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Description:12-Port Sector Antenna from 790-960/1719-2690 MHz
Bands:
Hexa Band
Configuration:
Single
Frequency:
790 to 2690 MHz
Gain:
14.5 to 16.5 dBi
Horizontal Beamwidth:
55 to 72 Degree
Polarization:
Dual Slant (±45 Degrees)
Power:
200 W
Type:
Panel
Vertical Beamwidth:
6.5 to 10.5 Degree
VSWR:
1.5:1
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Description:Tri-Band Sector Antenna for Outdoor Applications
Bands:
Triple Band
Configuration:
Single
Frequency:
1.15 to 1.40 GHz / 4.4 to 5.1 GHz / 8.1 to 8.6 GHz
Gain:
11.1 to 11.6 dBi
Horizontal Beamwidth:
120 to 127 Degree
Polarization:
Linear
Power:
30 W
Type:
Sector
Vertical Beamwidth:
13 to 17 Degree
VSWR:
2.00:1
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Description:24-Port Multibeam Cylindrical Antenna from 698 – 960/1695 – 2690 MHz
Bands:
Hexa Band
Frequency:
698 to 960 MHz, 1695 to 2690 MHz
Gain:
15.5 to 17.1 dBi
Polarization:
Dual Slant (±45 Degrees)
Power:
200 to 250 W
Type:
Sector
VSWR:
1.50:1
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Description:IP66 Rated 4-Port UHF Antenna from 320 to 344 MHz
Bands:
Single Band
Configuration:
Single
Frequency:
320 to 344 MHz
Gain:
10.6 dBi
Horizontal Beamwidth:
65 Degree
Polarization:
Dual Slant (±45 Degrees)
Power:
500 W
Type:
Panel
Vertical Beamwidth:
40 Degree
VSWR:
1.5:1
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Description:7.1 dBi, Yagi Antenna from 158 to 166 MHz
Bands:
Single Band
Configuration:
Single
Frequency:
158 to 166 MHz
Gain:
7.1 dBi
Horizontal Beamwidth:
74 Degree
Power:
400 W
Type:
Yagi
Vertical Beamwidth:
53 Degree
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What are Base Station Antennas?

A base station antenna is a fundamental component in a wireless communication network. These antennas are base station mounted on towers to provide cellular connectivity to users. These antennas are used to cover a single frequency band or multiple frequency bands. Multi-band base station antennas often have multiple antennas inside a single radome - in this case each antenna has a separate port, which can be connected to different base stations or to different sections of a single base station. Base stations are typically mounted above the ground with the height varying according to the surrounding. They are the main communication point for one or more wireless mobile client devices. A Base station can consist of one or more RF antennas that transmit and/or receive radio signals.

Important Parameters of Base Station Antennas:

  • Frequency Bands: These are operating frequency ranges that a base station antenna can operate in. A base antenna might operate in a single frequency band or have multi-band support, depending on the application.
  • Gain (dBi): Gain is a parameter that measures the degree of directivity of the antenna's radiation pattern.
  • Radiation Pattern: Radiation pattern is a representation of the distribution of radiated energy in the horizontal plane.
  • Polarization: Polarization of an antenna refers to the orientation of the electric field of the radio wave transmitted by it. A base station antenna polarization can be linear, circular, dual slant (±45 Degrees), etc.
  • Beamwidth: Beamwidth is the angle from which the majority of the antenna's power radiates. It can be measured in the horizontal (azimuth) or vertical (elevation) planes and is expressed in degrees (°).
  • Remote Electrical Tilt (RET): It is the ability of an antenna to remotely change its direction to modify the direction of radiation. RET is used to create greater beam tilt in one direction than the other, mainly to accommodate unusual terrain. Click here to learn more about Remote Electrical Tilt.

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