Get superior reception without the whole neighborhood noticing. This compact outdoor antenna is designed to maximize signal reception and integrate seamlessly into any home environment, indoors or out. Receive all available local HD digital broadcasts channels for free, including digital formats via UHF and VHF frequencies.
Amplify a signal in your home or business with the Wilson 314411. This wideband cellular antenna mounts in a building to improve signals and 3G/4G frequency.
Proxicast's universal wide-band Yagi antenna is compatible with all 3G and 4G/LTE/xLTE data services from Verizon Wireless, AT&T Wireless, Sprint, T-Mobile, US Cellular, Bell Mobility, Rogers Wireless, Telus, Sasktel, Telcel, Movistar, Digicel and many other operators. It can also be used with 2.4 GHz Wi-Fi access points as well as 900 MHz radio systems.
This small, light-weight, easy-to-install directional antenna improves transmit and receive signals across a wide frequency spectrum range and is ideal for many outdoor applications, including building rooftops, utility poles, surveillance trailers, well sites, remote telemetry units, meters, homes and offices.
With the appropriate adapter cable (not included), this antenna is compatible with USB cellular modems and Mi-Fi Hotspots, external 3G/4G cellular modems and routers from companies such as CalAmp, Cisco, Cradlepoint, MoFi, Digi, Pepwave, Proxicast, and Sierra Wireless. It is also compatible with most signal booster/amplifiers.
Frequency Range: 700-2700 MHz
Impedance: 50 ohms
Gain: 11 dBi
Beam Width: Vert. 60/55 degrees, Horiz. 90/70 degrees
VSWR: ADGP < 1.5:1
Max Input Power: 100 W
Connector: N Female on 12 inch LMR 195 pigtail (coax may be black or white)
Material: ABS / Brass / Aluminum - RoHS compliant
Operation Temp.: -40C to +60C
Max Wind Load: 216 km/hr (134 mph)
Weight: 794 g (28 oz)
Dimensions: 290 x 200 x 120 mm (11.4 x 7.9 x 4.7 in) excluding 120 x 75 mm bracket
Mounting: Pole or Wall (2.0 in dia. U-bolts & bracket included)
Directional antennas must be pointed toward a cell tower. For help locating your nearest tower, consult the OpenSignal or CellReception sites.
For MIMO applications mount 2 identical Yagi antennas at a 90 degree angle to each other.
Proxicast is a USA-based manufacturer of wireless equipment.
The HDB91X is the most powerful Xtreme Signal antenna. This Yagi style antennas is renowned for its high-gain design, directional reception, and its ability to block interference; making it ultimate choice for low-signal areas, or for those who simply want the best.
2400-2483 MHz H-POL or V-POL, 2.4GHz yagi antenna 17dBi outdoor, angle 20, N female Electrical Data: Frequency: 2400-2483 MHz Gain: 17 dBi VSWR:<1.5:1 Polarization: Horizontal or Vertical Horizontal Beam width: 25° Vertical Beam width: 24° Nominal Impedance: 50 Ohms F/B Ratio: >18 dB Max Input Power: 100 W Lightning Protection: DC Ground Mechanical Data: Connector: N Female Dimensions: 35.04in Weight: 1.01 lb Cable Length: 9.45in Reflector Material: Aluminum Alloy Antenna Material: Mast (not included) Mast Size: Ø40-Ø50mm Rated Wind Velocity: 210km/h Operating temperature: -40~+65C
Yagi Antenna 19 Element (Yagi in a drainpipe)! Easy build Yagi that gives at least 15dbi. A long range antenna for 2.4 ghz wifi 802.11 b/g/n frequencies.
In the game of anonymity-versus-surveillance online, the discovery of the user’s IP address usually means game over. But if Ben Caudill has his way, a network snoop who successfully hunts a user through layers of proxy connections to a final IP address would be met with a dead end—while the anonymous user remains safe at home more than a mile away.
At the upcoming DefCon hacker...Source: www.wired.com
Conditions over Field Day weekend turned out to be not bad at all. The expected geomagnetic upset never happened. On June 25-26, the Thursday and Friday before Field Day, the predicted planetary A index for the June 27-28 was 45 and 60, really bad conditions. The actual planetary A index on those dates was 9 and 13, and the mid-latitude A index was 8 and 12, nice moderate numbers.
... Source: www.arrl.org
On the other end of a radio connection, the user plugs in a 900 megaherz antenna into his or her ethernet port. (In the picture above, Caudill uses a giant Yagi antenna, but he says a much smaller $57 flat patch antenna works, too.) Caudill intends ...
NARL radar consists of 32 vacuum tube based transmitters providing a total peak power of 2.5 MW and a semi active antenna array of 1024 Yagi having aperture of ~1.7x104 m2 and was designed to study winds, waves and turbulence in the troposphere ...