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Arcadian Blog — 900 MHz

RFMAX's RY900 Ultra-Rugged, Fully Welded, 900 MHz Yagi Antenna Offers Superior ISM Communication

Posted by Michael Crudele on

Industrial communication customers often ask about the technical specifications of the RFMAX RY900 Yagi antenna for 880-960 Mhz. The RY900 is an ultra-rugged, fully welded, gold anodized antenna with 7 elements providing more than 12 dBi of gain.

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Will the FM2 bracket work for the Laird OD9 series?

Posted by Michael Crudele on

Unfortunately, the FM2 will not work with the OD9 series antennas from Laird, however, the OD9 series ship with a dual U-bolt mounting system. It a very basic mount but it works fine and we don’t have any other mounts to work with this system. If you are willing to expand your antenna search beyond the OD9 series to all small antennas that work in the 900 MHz range, we have two recommendations found below.   ROSA-900-SNF: An RFMAX outdoor rated 900 MHZ omnidirectional stick antenna with N-Female connectors for IoT use in the US 902-928 MHz bands. The antenna...

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ROSA-900-SNF Made with an N-Male Connector Instead of an N-Female Connector

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Recently we had a client inquire about our ROSA-900-SNF antenna. The client wanted to know if we could make our ROSA-900-SNF with an N-male connector instead of an N-female connector. The answer to that is yes. we have the same antenna made with an N-Male connector with a part # ROSA-900-SNM.        The ROSA-900-SNM from RFMAX is also an outdoor rated, omnidirectional stick antenna except it’s made with an N-male connector instead of an N-female connector. This antenna is perfect for IoT usage in the US FCC 902-928 MHz range. It can be used indoors or outdoors and is...

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How to Convert dBd

Posted by Michael Crudele on

There may be some confusion regarding the conversion of dBd to dBi or vice versa so, in order to clear up the confusion, we decided to create a small chart with the conversion formulas for both. Hope this helps!   Gain in dBd Gain in dBi - 2.15 dB Gain in dBi Gain in dBd + 2.15 dB   To keep updated with our promos and events follow us and like us on Facebook!   Tech Help at Arcadian Inc. / arcantenna.com can be reached by email at techsupport@arcadianinc.com

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Circular vs. Linear Polarity RFID antennas

Posted by Michael Crudele on

This morning, I received a call from a client who wanted to understand the pros and cons of using Linear vs. Circularly polarized RFID antennas.  At Arcadian Inc., we've been selling both types of antennas for many years, and we come across this situation often

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