Sector Antennas

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MaxLink antenna sector MIMO 21-19dBi 5GHz, 60-120°
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02-SE-MM-21

MaxLink antenna sector MIMO 21-19dBi 5GHz, 60-120°

MaxLink sector antenna 17dBi 5GHz, vertical, H 120°/V 8°
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02-SE-MV17-120

MaxLink sector antenna 17dBi 5GHz, vertical, H 120°/V 8°

MaxLink sector antenna 17dBi 5GHz, horizontal, H 120°/V 8°
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02-SE-MH17-120

MaxLink sector antenna 17dBi 5GHz, horizontal, H 120°/V 8°

MaxLink sector antenna 17dBi 5GHz, horizontal, H 90°/V 8°
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02-SE-MH17-90

MaxLink sector antenna 17dBi 5GHz, horizontal, H 90°/V 8°

MaxLink sector antenna 17dBi 5GHz, vertical, H 90°/V 8°
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02-SE-MV17-90

MaxLink sector antenna 17dBi 5GHz, vertical, H 90°/V 8°

Sector Antennas

Sector Wi-Fi antennas serve to cover narrower sectors than omnidirectional antennas, usually 30° to 90° in the azimuth plane. The antennas were previously produced with a single-polarized single-polarization, where the polarization was differentiated to Vertical and Horizontal. With the advent of MIMO technology, antennas are two-polarized (H. and V.) and have two RF connectors. In addition to the radiating angle, antennas differ in frequencies in which the antenna operates (2.4GHz and 5GHz), types of RF output connectors, but also antenna gain.

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