Sector AirMax 5G20-90
In a more complex network, users rely on a base station, which controls the rest of the technologies found within the network. It is the one that unites all the components toward the central hub, which makes monitoring and modification of the settings, among others, much easier to deal with by the administrator. Nevertheless, even the base station requires a good support, especially for the transmission, relay, or transfer of wireless data. The Sector AirMax 5G20-90 fulfills the need through its very high gain and compatibility with the 5GHz frequency.
5 GHz Frequency
The Sector AirMax 5G2090 works on the 5GHz frequency, which provides for less interrupted source of Internet connectivity. Though the 2.4GHz offers a wider range because of its low frequency, a lot of devices operate within this area such as microwave ovens and even openers of garage doors. This then makes such frequency often noisier than the 5GHz. When it comes to data transmission, 5GHz is more consistent and reliable.
2×2 MIMO Technology
The device allows for better broadcast among those that make up the network. The 2×2 MIMO technology, moreover, simply means that there’s a boost in throughput equal to twice that is being provided by 1×1 MIMO (sometimes known as MISO).
The Sector AirMax 5G2090 has a very high cross-pol isolation of up to 28dB and a gain that galls between 19.4 and 20.3 dBi. Even when the signal comes from a very far area, much of the Internet quality is preserved once it arrives into the base station. The sector antenna has elevation beam width of 4 degrees and electrical down tilt of 2 degrees. It also has an Hpol beam of 91 degrees and Vpol beamwidth of 85 degrees.
The sector antenna is easily complemented with Rocket M5 complete with RF jumpers and brackets.
|Frequency Range||5.15 – 5.85 GHz|
|Gain||19.4 – 20.3 dBi|
|Antenna beam width||HPOL Beamwidth: 91° (6 dB)
VPOL Beamwidth: 85° (6 dB)