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A5003S-OBH Bulkhead Mount Antenna

5 GHz Bulkhead Mount Antenna

A5003S-OBH

The RadioLinx A5003S-OBH Bulkhead Mount Antenna is a rugged style antenna and excellent for outdoor or indoor industrial applications. The design features field diversity with both vertical and horizontal polarization components. This provides the antenna diversity, frequency agility, low visibility, wide bandwidth, and a low angle radiation pattern that is superior to traditional gain antennas in most applications.

Caractéristiques Avantages

  • Superior performance
  • Excellent for voice to telemetry applications
  • Permanent mounting for high-risk applications such as metering where antennas must resist vandalism and achieve economical mounting
  • No groundplane is required for proper operation
  • Field diversity means that the antenna is simultaneously sensitive to both electric and magnetic fields of signal, like having two antennas. Field diversity makes the antenna resistant to the picket fence fading and multipath nulls that are found in urban operation and undulating mobile environments
  • Low Profile design provides watertight seal
  • Lightweight fiberglass radome
  • All weather operation

Applications

All antennas have been tested for compatibility with RadioLinx products. Please see our Antenna Selection Guide to assist you in choosing the best antenna for your application.

Matériel

Hardware Specifications

Frequency

5.15 - 5.9 GHz

Gain

3 dbi, typical

VSWR

50 Ohms

Operating Temp.

-40° to +85° C (-40° to 185° F)

Nominal Impedance

50 ohms

Maximum Power

10 watts

Size

 1.75" diameter x 3" high
 (45mm x 76mm)
 

Case Material

ABS plastic, UV Resistant

Hardware

Nut, lockwasher, and gasket

Mounting Stud

A5003S-OBH

5/8" (16mm) diameter feed thru

 3/4" long threaded for 1/2" metal
 (19mm long for 12.7mm metal)
 

Pigtail Cable

RP-195, 5 foot

Pigtail Connector

RPSMA

Téléchargements

5 GHz Omni Bulkhead Mount Antenna Datasheet 93,53 kB Dernière Modification 24/04/2013