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L-com has developed the world's first 802.11ac 4x4 MIMO outdoor Omni-directional antenna! These antennas are an L-com exclusive and feature patent pending technology.
The HyperGain® DPU series are professional high gain dual band/dual polarity Omni directional base station antennas designed and optimized for 2.4 and 5 GHz frequencies. These antennas are ideally suited for multipoint applications where long range and wide coverage is desired.
The DPU series stand out from the competition since they are true 360 degree Omni directional antennas. They are actually four antennas in one, a 2.4 GHz dual polarized antenna and a 5 GHz dual polarized antenna together in a single radome. Each frequency features separate feeds for both horizontal and vertical polarities via four N-Female connectors.
These antennas incorporate advanced dual polarization technology that supports the interoperability of two radio transmit and receive paths. Additionally, this technology allows for the attenuation of unwanted signals from adjacent channels and/or co-located equipment.
The HG2458-xxDPU series construction features a heavy-duty UV resistant PVCs radome providing durability and all-weather operation. Designed to operate in the harshest of environments, these antennas far exceed other Omni directional antennas. The included mounting system features twin heavy-duty mounting clamps and bolts providing superior strength.
Three models are available:
Designed for applications where standard patch cables would fail, these exclusive ultra-flexible cable assemblies are rated to 10 million flex-cycles at 1.82" (46.4mm) for continuous motion and automation applications.
The major benefit of using an antenna array over a single Omni directional antenna is that the antenna array provides radiation patterns that a single Omni antenna would not. In most cases, antenna arrays provide greater coverage than a single Omni antenna could.
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