L-com has launched a new series of 900 MHz Omni antennas designed to address wireless LAN, SCADA, and 900 MHz cellular band applications.
L-com’s UP-series antennas are lightweight, low-profile, high-performance, Omni-directional antennas designed for point to point and point to multi-point networks.
These antennas feature an integral N-female-type connector and a slim, 20mm diameter, UV-stable, fiberglass radome for added durability.
Additionally, these antennas are designed with a sealed, aluminum end cap and drain holes at the base to help prevent condensation build-up inside the antenna, which helps ensure reliable performance.
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