Antenna Intercepts E-Band Signals

June 30, 2007
Radio Waves has developed a low-profile, high-performance 2-ft. antenna for E-band applications. The model HPLP2-80 provides 51-dBi gain at frequencies from 71 to 86 GHz and can be developed with a mounting system to directly integate it into ...

Radio Waves has developed a low-profile, high-performance 2-ft. antenna for E-band applications. The model HPLP2-80 provides 51-dBi gain at frequencies from 71 to 86 GHz and can be developed with a mounting system to directly integate it into original-equipment-manufacturer (OEM) radios or outdoor units (ODUs). For more information, visit the Radio Waves website at: www.radiowavesinc.com

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