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2.4GHz High Gain Directional Panel Antenna

SKU: 2416B01

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$123.00
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2.4GHz High gain flat panel antenna that amplifies wireless signal transmission or reception up to 4X compared to a 3dBi antenna that is usually included with wireless video transmitter and receiver sets. Suitable for use with analog RF transmitters, digital wireless transmitters, or WiFi access points. This is a passive antenna, and does not require power. Simply choose an antenna cable and connect it between your antenna and transmitter or receiver. This antenna is IP67 rated, suitable for outdoor use, and comes with mast mounting hardware.

Features

  • 2.4GHz
  • 16dBi High gain antenna
  • Low profile and rugged design for outdoor use
  • US Engineered
  • Manufactured under strict US quality control procedures
  • Articulating wall/pole bracket included

What's included?

  • (1) 2.4 GHz Outdoor High Gain Panel Antenna
  • (1) Mounting bracket

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Return Policy30 Days Return Policy
Warranty1 Year

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What is the range with the 2.4Ghz directional antenna?

Question by: Hank on: 2018-05-02

The range obtained from a wireless antenna depends on the transmission power of the transmitter it is connected to, the length and type of antenna cable, and the dbi gain of the antenna.

Answer by: Tech Support on: 2018-05-04