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Laird Technologies Introduces New HDDA5W HD Series(TM) High Performance Dish Antenna
Dish Antenna Offers Industry-Leading Point-to-Point Backhaul Antenna Performance
Offering antenna system engineers one of the best performing pointtopoint backhaul antennas available on the market, the HDDA5W dish antenna operates in the 4.9 to 5.875 GHz band and is available in four different models with two different gains and two different polarities:
- HDDA5W-29 29 dBi single polarity (Horizontal or Vertical)
- HDDA5W-29-DP 29 dBi dual polarity (Horizontal and Vertical )
- HDDA5W-32 32 dBi single polarity (Horizontal or Vertical)
- HDDA5W-32-DP 32 dBi dual polarity (Horizontal and Vertical)
"With wideband operation, and available in a number of configurations, the HDDA5W HD Series high performance dish antenna provides excellent performance in pointtopoint links operating over greater distances," said Quaid Rasheed, Laird Technologies BWA Antenna Product Manager. "They incorporate a rugged design contributing to a long operating service life in extreme environments and comply with ETSI standards."
The antennas meet ETSI EN 302.326-3 DN1-DN5 and EN 300 833 Class 1 specifications, the most stringent specifications for pointtopoint backhaul antennas. The unique feed system is available in a single polarization version which can be mounted for either vertical or horizontal polarization. There is also a dual polarized version available for those systems which can utilize dual polarization to increase bandwidth or implement diversity. An optional fiberglass radome is available for added environmental protection.
The HDDA5W dish antenna is designed for 802.11 applications, OFDM systems, cellular backhaul systems, pointtopoint backhaul systems, and public safety communications systems. For more information, please logon to www.lairdtech.com.
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