Dual-band antenna ideal for WLAN and 4.9 GHz public safety applications
This gives the antenna diversity, frequency agility, low visibility, wide bandwidth, and a low angle radiation pattern that is superior to traditional gain antennas in most applications.
According to Robert Antonio, Laird Technologies LMR Antennas Product Manager, the antenna's patented dual-polarization provides leading performance and ensures uninterrupted transmissions in urban canyons and rural drop-off areas. It is a rugged antenna for outdoor or indoor applications, and is ideal for the growing 4.9 GHz wireless broadband market.
An industry standard NMO mounting socket that mates with all Laird Technologies’ magnetic, trunk lid, and hole mounts is included. A threaded permanent stud mount model is also available for vandal-resistant mounting on brackets, panels, ceilings or any other kind of housing.
The TRA(B)24/49003(P) is an industry standard vehicular cellular antenna solution for public safety, transportation, utility, military mobile, and fixed radio applications.
For further information: www.lairdtech.com.
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