Electronic Design

Low-Profile NMO, Direct-Mount Antennas Boost Gain Levels

A new family of high-performance New Motorola (NMO) and direct-mount antennas offers wider bandwidth solutions to cover more applications, according to developer Pulse Electronics Corp. The rugged, IP-67-rated, Shadow Low Profile Transit (SPLT) antennas come in a slim radome (a plastic housing that shelters the antenna assembly) that measures 2.5 to 3 inches tall with a 1.5-in.-diameter base. Gains range from 4 to 5.6 dBi. Multiple frequencies are available in both the standard NMO mount and direct-mount, tamper-proof options, the latter for 3G/4G, public-safety, and WLAN applications. In fact, the multiple frequency range extends to include Long Term Evolution (LTE).

PULSE ELECTRONICS CORP.

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