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The 5G Revolution and Our Advanced Antenna Technology

Posted by May Sefin on

The wireless network 5G arrived on the scene as by far the most robust technology to ever be known. It is truly revolutionary and invites products that use it to rise to a higher standard. It inspires elevation. One example of such a product is the Yagi Antenna. Yagi Antennas and 5G make a perfect pair and we will dive into why that is below.

Pair Outdoor Yagi Antennas with 5G

The Yagi Antenna is a cell phone signal-boosting antenna and designed that way because it purposely focuses its reception in one area with a field of coverage not surpassing 50 degrees. A small window of transmission like this ensures strong coverage and adds to the strength of the antenna. The Yagi Antenna can better access radio frequency signals and the cell towers that could be more distant. Warehouses, offices, and larger residential buildings are in need of a Yagi Antenna due to the very little coverage that tends to be available in their surrounding areas, with RF signals at 13.9 dBi. These outdoor Yagi Antennas are also called directional antennas because they apply their reception and transmission range in one direction. 5G networks can only pair well with more advanced antenna systems such as the Yagi. 

Heavy Duty Magnetic NMO Mounts 

Another efficient antenna technology product we carry is the highly durable Magnetic NMO Mount! This is a heavy duty mount with a strong magnetic field. If your vehicle is dealing with high vibration conditions such as rough roads, you will need the reliability of heavy mounts that come with a pull tab such as the one pictured above. Our mounts also provide strain relief that secures the cable to the panel of the equipment. Our magnetic mounts also come with 12 ft cable cords and all this makes the connection to any NMO antenna seamless, reliable and carefree. 

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