Directional WiFi Antennas – RadioLabs
RadioLabs designs, manufactures and offers numerous directional wifi / wireless antennas, with different gain, radiation patterns and power for a variety of point to point, and point to multi-point applications.
No other device in your WiFi system makes as large of a difference on range, than choosing a high quality antenna, with the exact characteristics for your intended application.
What is a Directional WiFi Antenna?
A directional antenna, modifies or “directs” the signal, towards a very specific location, not only increasing the gain, but also reducing unwanted reception or interference from surrounding Wireless devices. Sometimes, a directional antenna is used even in situations where the customer doesn’t necessarily need to broadcast a signal at an exact area, but more to reduce or eliminate nearby interference or WiFi / Wireless signals on the same channel. We manufacture and produce directional WiFi Antennas for the 2.4, 5.8, 900 MHz band, as well as other frequencies for data and telecom.
Long range wireless bridge systems, require a directional, high gain antenna, to allow increased signal at one single location, while also increasing the receive signal. This rating is stated in “dB” and is an engineering term related to the antenna’s gain and performance. This specification, is rated against a “dipole” antenna, and generally expressed as “dBd”, or, dB gain when referencing a dipole element. Note: Be careful when purchasing a WiFi / Wireless antenna and buy from a reputable dealer. Often times, competitor’s antennas and gain ratings show grossly over-rated gain specifications for the size and shape of the antenna. Companies can easily reference another dB rating, known as dBi, or, over an isotropic antenna, making the customer think they are getting a much more powerful antenna than they really are.
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