Wired Connectivity

New series of wideband, log periodic directional antennas launched by Fairview Microwave

13 September 2022

Fairview Microwave has announced the expansion of its line of wideband, log periodic antennas that operate from 600 MHz to 6,000 MHz for point-to-point wireless communications.

Fairview’s new, outdoor-rated, directional antennas function as boosters where the existing cellular signal is weak and needs to reach longer distances. This makes them appropriate for strengthening 5G, 4G, LTE, CMDA, LoRA, internet of things and Wi-Fi signals.

Source: Fairview MicrowaveSource: Fairview Microwave

These high-performance antennas feature 8 inch to 12 inch pigtails terminated with a single Type N female connector, vertical polarization and brackets that allow for either vertical or horizontal mounting.

The radomes of these 5G, log periodic, directional antennas have a weatherproof ABS construction that ensures they achieve optimum performance and reliability in even the harshest environments. They feature gain ranging from 3 dBi to 16 dBi and can be used for long-distance directional communication over a wide range of frequencies.

For more information, visit Fairview’s website.

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