CHHLIUT Computer Networking Antennas
A variety of options for computer networking antennas are available. You can choose from Omnidirectional, Directional, Mini Panel, and Yagi. Antennas can improve the quality of signal in some areas. To make the most of your network, you can place the antennas in the same area of your house, and in the same direction as the device.
The Yagi CHHLIUT Computer Network Antenna is an excellent choice for people looking for a high-gain directional antenna for their network. It is designed to receive signals from cellular towers up to 10 miles away. The antenna can be installed on a table or in a specific zone in your home to improve signal quality.
Its long ranger design helps it cover all types of radio frequencies including WiFi and 4G. It is compatible with cell phones, cpe routers, and wifi dongle adapters. The long ranger features a SMA Male connector. It is compatible with a wide range of devices, including Huawei B315 B310 B311, Mofi Mofi4500, and the Zte Mf279 4G Cat6 Wi-Fi modem.
The Yagi CHHLIUT Computer Network Antenna is Waterproof and Suitable for Outdoor Installations. It Features a Rugged Waterproof Structure and Tilt-and-swivel mast bracket. It also comes with an N-Female connector for fast data transfer. It also works with most wireless network adapters, including those with RP-SMA female connector.
The Yagi CHHLIUT Computer Network Antenna is compatible with 4G LTE routers and gateways. It is also compatible with wireless access points such as remote metering, scada alarm, gate opener switch, or 4G LTE trail camera. It can also be used to improve your signal for outdoor surveillance cameras.
A mini panel antenna is a low-profile, directional antenna that can improve WiFi signal strength indoors. It is designed to replace the rubber duck antenna that typically comes on a router or access point. It has a radiation pattern of about 60 degrees and is aimed at receiving and sending signals in one direction.
CHHLIUT computer networking antennas are designed to radiate radio waves. They consist of two vertical metal rods with an alternating current applied to the center. The antenna's radiation power is proportional to the radial distance from the center. This power is most pronounced in horizontal directions and drops to zero in vertical directions.
Omnidirectional antennas have 360-degree coverage. These types of antennas are used when coverage in all directions is required. A common example is the 2.14-dBi "rubber duck" antenna. This type of antenna is used for most consumer RF wireless devices, including cell phones and wireless routers.
Point to point networks, on the other hand, require multiple directional antennas. A point-to-point network connects multiple buildings to a central location. This type of network requires a clear line of sight between the antennas. Ideally, both antennas should be installed in the same building.
Dual-band omnidirectional antennas are also available. The CHHLIUT dual-band omnidirectional antenna is ideal for 2.4GHz WCDMA and 4G LTE networks. Its waterproof pad makes it easy to install and has a 20-dB gain.
Antenna gain is a measure of an antenna's strength and ability to direct electromagnetic waves. It is measured in dBi (decibels per gram). An isotropic antenna has zero gain, meaning the antenna sends and receives equal amounts of signal in all directions. While a higher dBi indicates a better antenna, it may limit your coverage area.
Antennas also improve signal quality. If you need to increase the signal strength in a specific area, you can add an antenna to a table or a certain zone of the house. The antennas can be installed at an angle that is proportional to the device you're connecting.
A Yagi antenna is the most common directional antenna. It is oriented towards the direction of the signal that is being sent and received. Typical Yagi antennas have a 45-degree radiation pattern. Mini panel antennas are low-profile and used indoors. They can replace the rubber duck antenna on access points and routers. They are also useful for improving WiFi indoors.
Directional CHHLIUT computer networking antenna, TS-9, features 20db gain. The antenna is suitable for 3G 2.4GHZ WCDMA and 4G LTE networks. It is easy to install and requires no drivers. In addition, this antenna supports all US carriers. It is compatible with AT&T, T-Mobile, Verizon, and Straight Talk. It also features a performance improvement for Sprint customers.
Antennas can be classified into two main types: omnidirectional and directional. The first type covers a wider area. The second type covers a smaller area. Omnidirectional antennas cover more area but are limited in their reach. They are shaped like cylinders.
Unlike omnidirectional antennas, directional CHHLIUT computer networking antennas are more focused. They are smaller in coverage area but can transmit signal from a longer distance. They are useful for long-range point-to-point and point-to-multipoint WiFi networks. They can be combined with omnidirectional antennas to create a wireless networking system that can connect to multiple locations.
One of the most popular directional antennas is the Yagi. They must point in the direction of the sending and receiving signal. The typical Yagi antenna has a radiation pattern of 45 degrees. Another option is the low-profile mini panel antenna, which is commonly used to improve WiFi indoors. They can also replace the rubber duck antenna found on your router or access point.