Antenna for industrial, scientific, and medical (ISM) applications introduced by Southwest

SAN DIEGO, 15 Aug. 2016. Southwest Antennas in San Diego is introducing the 1011-005 small-form-factor panel antenna for IEEE 802.11g/n Wi-Fi or other industrial, scientific, and medical (ISM) Wi-Fi applications in the 2.4-to-2.5-GHz frequency band.

By Mil & Aero staff
By Mil & Aero staff

SAN DIEGO, 15 Aug. 2016. Southwest Antennas in San Diego is introducing the 1011-005 small-form-factor panel antenna for IEEE 802.11g/n Wi-Fi or other industrial, scientific, and medical (ISM) Wi-Fi applications in the 2.4-to-2.5-GHz frequency band.

The vertically polarized antenna is designed to handle as much as 10 Watts of RF input power. It measures half an inch thick, this antenna is ideal for use as a stand-alone solution for providing Wi-Fi / ISM band coverage within a building or other structure while remaining unobtrusive.

The thin form factor also allows this product to be integrated into other products and enclosures, such as mobile Wi-Fi hotspots for construction sites, military bases, and rapid deployment ad-hoc networks. Three holes in the radome allow for secure mounting within an enclosure or directly to a wall or other structure.

Designed to meet rugged standards, this antenna features a Kydex radome available in either black or white, is MIL-STD 810 drop test compliant, and is environmentally sealed and suitable for outdoor use.

Twelve inches of cable and a RP-SMA(m) RF connector come standard, other cable lengths and RF connectors are available upon request. For more information contact Southwest Antennas online at www.southwestantennas.com.

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