BAS-2344 FLAT 800/1800-2700 MiMo

The passive outdoor flat-panel antenna is used with USB modems and LTE Wi-Fi routers. In the antenna the MIMO (Multiple Input Multiple Output) technology is implemented. The key feature of this antenna is a broad band of operating frequencies, in other words, the antenna works in all widely used mobile network frequencies.
To protect against static electricity there is a DC circuit. The antenna’s construction is covered with radiotransparent plastic that protects against UV and adverse weather conditions and prolongs antenna’s life. The antenna is installed on a mast or a bracket up to 50 mm diameter. This direct antenna has four modifications with different connectors (FME, F-type, N-type, SMA).
Placing antennas: Outdoor
Antenna Type: Communication Antenna
Standards: 790-960 MHz & 1.73-2.68 GHz for GSM, 4G, LTE, WLAN 2.4 systems
Frequency range: 790-960 MHz, 1.73-2.68 GHz
Radiation (H-plane): beamwidth @ -3 dB = 60.1° @ 875, 76° @ 950 MHz; 34.2°
@ 1940 MHz,30.7°@ 2100 MHz, 29.1° @ 2400 MHz, 31.8° @ 2500 MHz
Radiation (E-plane): beamwidth @ -3 dB = 83.5° @ 875, 44° @ 950 MHz ;34.2°
@ 1940 MHz, 34.3 @ 2100 MHz, 33.5° @ 2400MHz,  28.7° @ 2500 MHz
Front to back ratio: ≥ 10 dB @ 790-960 MHz
≥ 13 dB @ 1.73-2.68 GHz
SWR in bandwidth: ≤ 2.2 all bands
The gain: ≤10 dB @ 790-960 MHz, ≤14 dB @ 1.73-2.68 GHz
Bracket & Hardware material: Aluminium, Galvanized steel
Impedance 50 or 75 Ohm (depending on modification)
Dimensions: 275х245х87 mm
Weight: no more than 0.8kg
Connector type:  F-type, N-type, SMA

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