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Increasing the Range of Wi-Fi

Wireless Basics

A vs. B vs. G

Radio Connector Guide

dBm to Watt Conversion

 

 

Setup Diagrams
Basic Wireless Hotspot

Wireless Hotspot w/ Repeater

Point to Point Bridge

Pt. to Pt. Bridge w/ Repeater

Outdoor CPE Setup

 

Universal Antenna Mount

Provides for Easy Installation for

all Wi-Fi Antennas

 
  ANTENNAS

900 MHz

2.4 GHz

3.5 GHz

4.9 GHz

5.8 GHz

 

 

  900 MHz | Patch/Directional Antennas

 

9dBi Patch Antenna

65/55 Pattern

902-928 Mhz Frequency

 

Part#: GNS-1495

Price: $127.99

 

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19dbi Outdoor Directional

12.5dBi Patch Antenna

42/42 Pattern

902-928 Mhz Frequency

 

Part#: GNS-1490

Price: $139.99

 

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  900 MHz | Omni Antennas

 

3dBi Omni Antenna

SMA or RPSMA connector

 

Freq: 860 to 960 MHz Range

Part#: GNS-1497

Price: $34.99

 

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6dBi Omni Antenna

Range Varies on Access Point

N-Female connector

 

Freq: 824 to 960 MHz Range

Part#: GNS-1496

Price: $94.99

 

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9.2dbi Outdoor Omni Ant.

9.2dBi Omni Antenna

Range Varies on Access Point

N-Female connector

 

Freq: 900 to 928 MHz Range

Part#: GNS-WR0900-90

Price: $149.99

 

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  900 MHz | Sector Antennas

 

13dBi Outdoor Sector

120 Degree coverage area

Range Varies on Access Point

 

Part#: GNS-1498

Price: $349.99

 

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  900 MHz | Grid Antennas

 

15dBi Outdoor Sector

19/30 Pattern

860 - 960 MHz

 

Part#: GNS-1499

Price: $114.99

 

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18dBi Outdoor Sector

16.5/16.5 Pattern

890 - 960 MHz

 

Part#: HG918G-NF

Price: $204.99

 

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Important note: The distance ranges referenced for the various radios, radio/antenna systems, are conservatively stated. Actual performance results may exceed (or occasionally be less) depending on a variety of factors including  but not restricted to: (a) line of sight issues; (b) Fresnel zone issues;  (c) towers heights  (d) noise floors; and: (e) spectrum issues such as interference.

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