Base Station Antennas

1913 Base Station Antennas from 31 manufacturers listed on everything RF
Base Station Antennas from the leading manufacturers are listed on everything RF. Use the search tools to identify base station antennas based on the type of antenna, number of ports and frequency range.
Description: Multi-Band 8-Port Sector Antenna
Type:
Sector
Bands:
Hexa Band
Frequency:
790-896/870-960/1710-1920/1920-2180/2300-2500/2500...
Polarization:
Dual Slant (±45 Degrees)
Gain:
15.6 to 17.4 dBi
Power:
250 to 300 W
Horizontal Beamwidth:
61 to 66 Degrees
Vertical Beamwidth:
7.1 to 11.1 Degrees
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Description: Single-Polarized Parabolic Reflector Antenna from 2.4 to 2.7 GHz
Type:
Parabolic
Bands:
Single Band
Frequency:
2.4 to 2.7 GHz
Polarization:
Single
Gain:
20.6 to 21.6 dBi
Horizontal Beamwidth:
14 Degree
Vertical Beamwidth:
14 Degree
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Description: 4-Port Omni-directional Antenna from 5150 to 5950 MHz
Type:
Collinear
Bands:
Single Band
Frequency:
5.15 to 5.95 GHz
Polarization:
Dual Slant (±45 Degrees)
Gain:
13 dBi
Power:
100 W
Horizontal Beamwidth:
360 Degrees
Vertical Beamwidth:
7+/-1 Degrees
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Description: 14-Port Panel Antenna from 698 to 2690 MHz
Configuration:
Twin
Type:
Panel, Array
Bands:
Hepta band
Frequency:
698-960/1427-2180/1427-2690/2490-2690 MHz
Polarization:
Dual Slant (±45 Degrees)
Gain:
12.6 to 16.5 dBi
Power:
250 W
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Description: 7 dBi, Omni Directional Collinear Antenna from 450 to 460 MHz
Type:
Collinear
Bands:
Single Band
Frequency:
450 to 460 MHz
Polarization:
Vertical
Gain:
7 dBi
Power:
100 W
Horizontal Beamwidth:
360 Degree
Vertical Beamwidth:
20 Degree
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Description: Penta Band Antenna with internal replaceable RET 5XPol / 1x 698-960, 4 x 1710-2690 MHz / H65˚, H65˚ / 17 dBi , 18 dBi / 1.5˚-12˚, 2˚-12˚
Configuration:
Twin
Type:
Panel
Bands:
Dual Band
Frequency:
698 MHz to 2.69 GHz
Polarization:
Dual Slant (±45 Degrees)
Gain:
16.6 to 17.9 dBi
Power:
250 W
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Description: 3.3 to 3.8 GHz, Single Band Base Station Antenna
Type:
Sector
Bands:
Single Band
Frequency:
3.3 to 3.8 GHz
Polarization:
Horizontal, Linear
Gain:
17 dBi
Power:
50 W
Horizontal Beamwidth:
60 Degree
Vertical Beamwidth:
8 Degree
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Description: Multi-polararized Antenna for Base Station Ham Radios and Scanners
Type:
Biconical
Bands:
Single Band
Frequency:
25 MHz to 1.3 GHz
Polarization:
Multi-Polarized
Gain:
2 dBi
Power:
200 W
Horizontal Beamwidth:
360 Degree
Vertical Beamwidth:
15 to 30 Degree
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Description: 5.4 dBi, Single Band Omni-Directional Base Station Antenna from 450 to 470 MHz
Type:
Whip
Bands:
Single Band
Frequency:
450 to 470 MHz
Gain:
5.4 dBi
Power:
200 W
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Description: 4-Port 45 Degrees Sector Antenna from 4.9 to 6.4 GHz
Type:
Sector
Bands:
Single Band
Frequency:
4900 to 6400 MHz
Polarization:
Dual Slant (±45 Degrees)
Gain:
22 dBi
Power:
1 W
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Base Station Antennas are connected to the 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.

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