Directional Antennas

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  1. Mast bracket for MA-2400-8-DS, MA-5500-8-DS
    Mast bracket for MA-2400-8-DS, MA-5500-8-DS

    Mast mount system for Antennas, WIMo SKUs 18670.xx

    No longer available

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    €10.00
    incl. VAT, plus shipping €8.40
    In stock
    SKU 18670.MH
  2. Panelantenna, 350 - 2700 MHz, multiband, directional
    Panelantenna, 350 - 2700 MHz, multiband, directional

    Directional multiband panel antenna for 2G/3G/4G/WiFi 350 - 490 MHz; 698 - 960 MHz; 1710 - 2700 MHz, N socket

    Available from 01.07.2024

    €51.90
    incl. VAT, plus shipping €43.61
    SKU 18732.3

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FAQ

How does a WLAN directional antenna work?
A WLAN directional antenna transmits and receives WLAN signals in a specific direction. By using directional antennas, the range of the WLAN signal can be increased and interference can be minimized.
How do you connect a WLAN directional antenna?
A WLAN directional antenna is usually connected to a WLAN router or access point. This is usually done via a coaxial cable that is connected to an antenna port on the router or access point.
What are the advantages of using WLAN directional antennas?
The use of WLAN directional antennas provides increased range and a reduction in interference. It also allows for a targeted alignment of the signal in specific areas, which can be especially useful in larger buildings or areas with many WLAN signals.