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External Antennas Enable Global Network Access

External Antennas Enable Global Network Access

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.

 

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