Omni AirMax 5G13
The Omni AirMax series has never disappointed users who want a strong boost of Internet connection with lesser interference, better throughput, and more flexible or scalable network. Out of all of them, however, the one considered superior is none other than Omni AirMax 5G13.
There are two known frequencies: 2.4GHz and 5GHz. Each of them has its own advantages and disadvantages. As far as range is considered the latter is shorter because it has a very high frequency. But it’s also it’s elevated frequency that works to its benefit since it’s less prone to noise or interference due to other devices such as Bluetooth and even your microwave oven, which run on 2.4GHz. Moreover, a higher frequency means a better throughput.
The Omni AirMax 5G13 has the highest gain of them all, which simply means that if you’re looking for the best-quality signal strength, this is your most ideal pick. The cross-pol isolation is currently at 25 dB minimum.
The outdoor antenna is designed with the RocketM radio in mind. RocketM is one of the most trusted devices when it comes to managing networks and base stations. The attachment of the antenna further improves its coverage and function. To join both, you simply have to use the specially made bracket, which is included in the package.
Dual Polarity Antenna
As a dual-polarity antenna, it has now the ability to accept and receive data all at the same time. This doesn’t just make any network more efficient, but it also saves the users more money since only one antenna has to be used for multi-thread communication.
The device is made long lasting by allowing it to sustain very strong winds of up to 125 mph with a wind load of 12 pounds per 100 mph. The accompanying RF jumpers are also weatherproof.
|Frequency Range||5.45 – 5.85 GHz|
|Antenna beam width||Elevation Beamwidth: 7°|