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24db Directional Parabolic Grid WiFi Antenna

High Gain Parabolic Grid WiFi Antenna

This is the ultimate high gain WiFi Antenna for creating long range wireless networks.

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2.4 GHz 24db Directional Parabolic Grid WiFi Antenna
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2.4 GHz 24db Directional Parabolic Grid WiFi Antenna

The Directional High Gain WiFi Parabolic Grid WiFi Antenna offers 24dBi gain at the connector and a tight 8 Degree beamwidth. The high gain wifi antenna is an aluminum die cast which is then powder coat painted for added environmental protection. Because of its grid design the antenna offers excellent wind loading characteristics.

The durable wireless antenna is constructed of 2 separate die cast aluminum pieces which are assembled together during installation. This saves significant money in shipping costs because the shipping size is much less than other types of 24dBi antenna systems.

The antenna comes complete with the die cast grid, dipole(feed) and heavy duty mounting bracket with stainless steel hardware for up to 2 inch diameter poles. The bracket gives up to 45 degrees of tilt angle. The antennas can be installed in Vertical or Horizontal Polarization.

Note: This WiFi antenna comes with your choice of the following connectors:

  • N-Female - The N Female connector has threads on the outside and a center socket.
  • N-Male - The N Male connector has threads on the inside and a center pin. N Male connectors can connect directly to outdoor radio equipment with N Female antenna ports.
  • RPSMA - The RPSMA Male connector has threads on the inside and a center socket.
  • Integrated N Female - The integrated dipole has an N Female connector mounted directly to the dipole (feed). There is no pigtail on this model.

If you need to find your connector type or order an extension cable please see our WiFi cables and connectors

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Model #
24dB Parabolic Grid WiFi Antenna
Frequency Range
2400 - 2500 MHz
Input Return Loss (S11)
-14 dB
VSWR 1.5:1
50 OHM
Input Power
50 W
Pole Diameter (OD)
1-2 inch
25 - 50 mm
Operating Temperature
-45 to 70 C
Gain 24 dB
Half power beamwidth - 9°
3dB Beam Angle
Cross Pole 26 dB
Front to Back > 24 dB
Side Lobe -20 dB
Wind Loading

100MPH:40 Lbs
140MPH: 78 Lbs
100MPH(½” Radial Ice): 166 Lbs
Weight 13 Lbs
Dimension (LxW) 34” x 28”
Focal Length 16”
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