HG3-TP-A20-30: Asymmetrical Horn - 5GHz, 30° symmetrical beam width, 20.5 dBi, Twistport
|30° Asymmetrical Beam Antenna
|| 5180 - 6000 MHz
|| 20.5 dBi
|Azimuth Beam Width -6 dB
|| H 30° / V 30°
|Elevation Beam Width -6 dB
|| H 20° / V 20°
|Pole Mounting Diameter
Game Changing Sector Antennas
Asymmetrical Horn TP Antennas provide asymmetrical beam shape and game-changing TwistPortTM (TP) connector. Asymmetrical Horn TP Antennas provide excellent noise rejection, network scalability and throughput increase. Providing specific beam shape, increased antenna gain and excellent noise rejection, Asymmetrical Horn TP antennas complement the successful Symmetrical Horn Antennas.
No Side Lobes: Asymmetrical Horn TP Antennas have naturally depressed side lobes: they focus energy into single main beam. Absence of side lobes enables excellent noise immunity of Asymmetrical Horn TP Antennas.
Wide Band Performance: The radiation pattern of Asymmetrical Horn TP Antennas is stable over the whole frequency range.
Balanced H + V Beams: Asymmetrical Horn TP Antennas have balanced Horizontal and Vertical beam patterns. Balanced H+V beams are very difficult to achieve for antenna with asymmetrical beam shape and this is the area where all competitive products on the market fail. Balanced H+V beams are critical feature for link performance.
Gain Performance: Asymmetrical Horn TP Antennas provide increased gain when compared to Symmetrical Horn TP Antennas with the same azimuth beam width. Asymmetrical Horn TP Antennas cover ultra-wide frequency range: 5180-6000 MHz with excellent VSWR performance.
TwistPortTM Connector: Asymmetrical Horn TP Antennas feature our industry-changing TwistPortTM connector, a patent-pending quick-locking waveguide port. TwistPortTM is virtually lossless: there are no coaxial connectors or cables that attenuate signal. Connecting radios is ingeniously simple - “twist and lock” - with a single hand!
Perfect Coverage Pattern: Mainstream patch array sector antennas have radiation pattern extremely wide in azimuth and extremely flat in elevation plane. If an AP is deployed on a tall tower, customers near the tower suffer from low AP signal level. Asymmetrical Horn TP Antennas provide valuable extra degrees in elevation beam width, shrinking the null zone while preserving increased gain for long range performance.
datasheet with beam patterns