Promising reliable access to major cellular networks worldwide, the company’s latest family of stubby external antennas specify an efficiency of more than 55% in all bands and measure less than 50 mm in height. They cover frequency bands of 824 MHz to 960 MHz and 1,710 MHz to 1,990 MHz and have a peak gain of 1 dBi in the 824 MHz to 960 MHz range, 2 dBi in the 1,710 MHz to 1,990 MHz range, and 2.5 dBi in the 1,920 MHz to 2,170 MHz range with an impedance of 50?. Operating temperatures range from -40°C to 85°C. Stubby cellular antennas come in two configurations: the W1900 and W1902 are straight antennas for connection to the top of a device or modem while the W1910 and W1911 have a right angle for a side connection. The W1910/11 is 49-mm high and the 1900/02 is 49.5 mm. PULSE, San Diego, CA. (858) 674-8100.