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Dish Antenna 33 dBi Qomuniq8 QAD 0533 - 90 SD

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    High Quality Solid Dish 3 feet (30CM) antenna with 31 dBi Gain at 4.9-6.1GHz Wide frequency range, affordable price, a perfect choice for establishing long range links, heavy duty mounting kit with precision fine tuning RF Interface: N Type Female, Made in Hungary


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    Directional Antenna, 4.8 to 6.1 GHz, 33 dBi,90 cm, (3 feet) Solid Dish

    Solid Dish antenna 90 cm (3 feet) with 33 dBi gain at 4.8 to  6.1 GHz band.

    QAD0533-90 SD combines wide frequency range and high gain and provides a perfect choice for establishing long range links at an affordable cost.

    Heavy duty mounting kit with precision alignment features is included.

     

    Radio Specifications

    Frequency range
    4.8 – 6.1 GHz
    Gain
    33 dBi
    Side lobe level
    ETSI EN 3-302-326 DN-1DN5
    Front to back ratio
    44.6 dB
    Beamwidth-3 dB
    3.2°
    Polarization
    Dual linear V and H
    Cross Polarization
    28 dB (Max) 35 dB (Typical)
    VSWR
    1.4:1
    Port to Port Isolation
    32 dB (Max) 45 dB (Typical)

    Mechanical Specifications

    Parabola material
    Aluminum Alloy
    Size
    90.0 cm (3 ‘)
    Depth
    24.8 cm
    Input/output
    Dual N-Type
    Mast size allowed
    25 - 60 mm
    Operational wind load
    125 km/h (78 mph)
    Survival wind load
    180 km/h (111 mph)
    Antenna weight
    5.0 Kg (11.0 lbs.)
    Mounting Kit weight
    4.5 Kg (9.9 lbs.)
    Pack options
    2 pack / 12 Pack

    The antenna is supplied together with a bracket that allows easy mounting on a mast. Bracket can be installed separately on the mast. It come with a versatile bracket which allows precise adjustment in both directions. Whole antenna system has extreme wind stability.

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