Telecoms, Datacoms, Wireless, IoT


Antenna for 4G routers

14 October 2015 Telecoms, Datacoms, Wireless, IoT

For systems using 4G routers, access points or gateways, Taoglas is launching a new 2x2 MIMO antenna that delivers extended connectivity and performance for LTE 4G networks. Based on the Gemini antenna series, the LMA100.A is compatible for all worldwide bands, including 698 – 960 MHz, 1710 - 2170 MHz and 2490 - 2690MHz.

Boasting backward compatibility to 3G/2G, the LMA100.A is one of the first 2X2 LTE 4G MIMO antennas in this form factor that meets the stringent isolation and ECC (envelope correlation coefficient) requirements for future MIMO networks. It’s ready for when the network switches from its current MISO state to true LTE advanced and MIMO, and is particularly suitable for home and offices or for any outdoor use where there’s a group needing cellular connectivity on the move.

This new antenna in the Gemini series is housed in a robust external casing that’s IP67 waterproofed. It is equipped with two MIMO antennas that have excellent isolation and low ECC between each antenna element. Low-loss cables are used to keep efficiency high over long cable lengths, and can be customised. The antenna can be wall-mounted or desktop mounted and has a stand for easy, quick setup.

For more information contact Andrew Hutton, RF Design, +27 (0)21 555 8400, [email protected], www.rfdesign.co.za



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