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Wireless Laptop Antenna for 802.11
The Wireless Laptop antenna will dramatically improve the performance of your notebook or PC. Please Note: Your notebook must have an external antenna connector for use with this antenna.

 
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Wireless Laptop Antenna

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Wireless 5.5 dB Laptop Antenna
 

Note: This WiFi antenna has the following connector options:

  • RPSMA - The RPSMA connector has threads on the inside and a center socket (instead of the standard pin)
  • MC Card - MC Card connectors are very small and have a center pin.
  • MMCX - MMCX connectors have a standard center pin
  • RP-MMCX - RP-MMCX connectors have a center plug rather than the standard pin
If you need to find your connector type please see our WiFi cables and connectors

Wireless Laptop Antenna

The RadioLabs 5.5 dB Laptop WiFi Antenna is a very high performance, versatile antenna. It is designed for connecting to notebook computers in order to extend the range of the wireless card.

This antenna will help you easily connect to WiFi hotspots, access points and any wireless network. It is perfect for anyone with a portable computer. This antenna will allow you have a steady connection when using public hotspots at airports, coffee shops, truck stops, libraries or anywhere WiFi is accessable.

The design is flexible yet sturdy. You can mount this 802.11 antenna on either side of the display screen and connect with the PCMCIA wireless adapter. You can also use this WiFi antenna in your home or office by connecting it to your monitor and increasing the range of your wireless network.

The Laptop WiFi antenna comes with a 5.5dBi Antenna, Mount, Cable With Choice of Connector, Cable Clips, Double Sided Tape (for permanent installations), Velcro (for removable installations) and complete instructions. This antenna is extremely easy to install on any notebook and is an excellent accessory for dramatically boosting the range of wireless connection.

This antenna requires an external antenna jack on your computer. If you do not currently have a wireless card with an external antenna connector, we recommend the Buffalo 802.11g Wireless Card. It has an MC Connector installed for use with this antenna.

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Model #
Wireless Laptop Antenna
Operating Frequency
2400 to 2485 MHz
Antenna Gain
5.5 dBi
System Gain (After Cable/Connector Loss)
4.8 dBi
VSWR
1.5:1
Impedance
50 Ohm
Cable Length
18 inches (457 mm)
Connector Options
MMCX, RPMMCX, MC Card, RPSMA
Operating Temperature
0 to 60 Deg C
Antenna Size
7.75 x 0.5D inches (197 x 12.7D mm)
Mount Size
4 x 3.5 inches (102 x 89 mm)
Weight
2.4 oz ( 68 g)
Item # LM
Price: $29.95
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