NexSens Iridium Satellite Antenna

The NexSens A42 Iridium Antenna offers improved performance with X2 data loggers when the standard whip antenna is not sufficient.

Features

  • Weatherproof enclosure with Type N female connector
  • Includes antenna and mounting bracket for simple installation in minutes
  • Includes N-Style connection for direct plug in with standard RF cables
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NexSens Iridium Satellite AntennaA42 Iridium satellite antenna, Type N female connector
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The A42 Quadrifilar Helix antenna features a 1600-1630 MHz frequency range, weatherproof enclosure, +2 dBic gain and a N-style connector for quick connection to NexSens RF cables. The low-profile antenna is 4.5" tall and extremely rugged for commercial applications.
  • Frequency Range: 1600-1630 MHz
  • Coverage: Hemispherical
  • Polarization: Right-Handed, Circular (AR 3 dB)
  • Gain: +2 dBic
  • Nominal Impedance: 50 ohm (RF)
  • (1) Iridium satellite antenna
  • (1) Antenna mounting bracket
  • (2) Hose clamps for mounting to 2" pole
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