|Frequency range||5.1 - 5.75 GHz|
|Elevation HPBW||35 degrees|
|Azimuth HPBW||35 degrees|
|Front to Back ratio||Better than 25 dB|
|Sidelobe supression||Better than 12 dB|
|Lightning protection||DC ground|
|Weight||0.2 kg with the mounting hardware kg|
|Mounting kit||Includes mast mounting hardware ; 2 inch (51mm) max.|
|Radome material||PVC ; white|
|Base material||High strength aluminum alloy|
|Construction||All weather conditions|
Below you will find the azimuth (H) and elevation (V) patterns of this antenna. At each picture there are two different patterns - what does in mean?
Co - polarization: this is the desirable radiation pattern
X or cross - polarization this is undesirable part of the total radiation pattern from this antenna.
In other words, please imagine that you have 2 antennas: one of it has the valid radiation in H plane (Co - polarized) and the second one in this same time is radiating in the V polarization (X or cross - polarized). This part is undesirable and should be as small as possible.
Unlike to TetraAnt 5 12 35 XHV (or other MIMO antennas) this antenna has only one port, so there is no "port to port isolation" measurement.