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Antennas with a directional radiating pattern, which send or receive signals from a specific direction as a function of the antenna design. Directional antennas can be designed with higher gain than their omni-directional counterparts but must be more carefully aimed in order to work correctly. Read more »
Array antennas are made up of multiple directional antennas under a common radome, arranged so that each panel covers an individual sector of the antenna pattern, such as 90° or 120°. In combination, these individual sectors act together to provide send and receive coverage 360° around the... Read more »
GPS antennas provide precise global location and timing services to radios or other electronic systems based on signals recieved from orbiting satellites. Active GPS antennas contain additional electronic components and filters which improve antenna performance. Read more »
Low Noise Amplifiers (LNAs) are used in receive antenna applications, usually placed between the antenna and the receiver to boost very weak incoming signals. LNAs are often used in microwave communication systems to overcome the noise floor generated by cables and other system components. Read more »
Mounting kits that allow antennas to be permanently or temporarily installed on vehicles, poles, windows, or other surfaces. Read more »
Antennas designed specifically for body worn applications, such as use with hand-held or body worn radio systems. These antennas are meant to be worn against the body or in MOLLE pouches attached to vests or other tactical clothing. Body worn antennas can be directional or omni-directional in... Read more »
Ultra-Flex omni-directional antennas are half-wave dipole antennas that feature an innovative sealed spring base. The sealed spring base allows the antenna to bend and flex upon impact up to 90 degrees, reducing the risk of damage to the antenna or mated radio RF connector. The waterproof sealed... Read more »
Gooseneck antennas feature an integrated length of flexible, posable coaxial gooseneck attached to the antenna radome, allowing the antenna to be positioned by the user to maximize link gain or to reduce co-site interference. These antennas are ideal for use on hand-held or bodyworn radio... Read more »
Southwest Antennas has designed a wide range of directional and sector antennas for use with MIMO (multiple-input and multiple-output) and MANET (mobile ad hoc network) mesh radio networks. These antennas feature 2, 3, or 4 RF ports for compatibility with all major available MIMO / MANET radio... Read more »
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