Wideband Antennas

Broadband (wideband) antennas are those that cover a very wide frequency range over several octaves. Their field of application is very diverse, from laboratory use for experiments and monitoring tasks to special applications such as ground penetrating radar.

Broadband antennas are available as omnidirectional and directional antennas. The gain is usually lower than with narrowband antennas. Physics dictate, that antennas either have a wide bandwidth or a high gain, but not both at the same time. Therefore, you have to accept a compromise, to which extent depends on the application. If only little space is available, an antenna with a wide frequency range and moderate gain is often the better solution.

WiMo offers a large choice of broadband antennas for various applications, we will be happy to advise you on your selection.

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  1. Discone antenna 75-900 MHz
    Discone antenna 75-900 MHz

    Discone, receiving antenna 25 to 1300 MHz, PL connector, incl. mast mounting material

    In stock, shipped in 1 to 2 days

    incl. VAT, plus shipping €60.50
    SKU 18060
  2. Ceiling antenna wide band 698-960/1710-2700MHz, N
    Ceiling antenna wide band 698-960/1710-2700MHz, N

    Broadband antenna for GSM, DECT, UMTS, WIFI, 868 MHz, 3 - 3.5 dBi, N jack

    In stock, shipped in 1 to 2 days

    incl. VAT, plus shipping €26.81
    SKU 60080

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What advantages do wideband FM antennas offer over other antennas?
Wideband FM antennas offer better signal quality and range than other antennas because they are able to cover a wider range of frequencies. They are also less susceptible to interference and interference from other equipment.
Can I fit a wideband FM antenna to my car?
Yes, wideband FM antennas can be fitted to cars to improve the reception of radio signals. There are special antennas designed for use in cars that allow for easy installation.
Do I need to orientate a wideband FM antenna?
Yes, a wideband FM antenna should be pointed in the direction the signal is coming from for optimum signal strength. Most antennas have an adjustment device that allows you to point the antenna to get the best signal.