Operating on all 3G, 4G and 5G frequencies in Australia, this high-grade antenna can be used in a range of residential, commercial, and industrial mobile broadband applications on any mobile network.
SKU: PWT.ANT-BH-YG-LOG-LPDA-10 | MPN: LLP-6940-12.N2
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The Blackhawk LPDA Antenna is one of the most popular external antenna solutions for poor 3G / 4G voice and data service. This one antenna can be used on any mobile network, in any area without worrying about compatibility. It is the ideal roof-mounted antenna for Cel-Fi repeaters.
The LPDA antenna covers all cellular bands between the 700 and 4000 MHz range with a high peak gain which projects maximum energy in the direction of the cell tower, while maintaining a wide enough beam to capture signal reflections off nearby buildings, hills, and signal scattered by trees.
The antenna was redesigned in late 2019 to cover the new 3.5 GHz 5G band, making it now an ideal solution for LTE-A Pro and 5G high-speed connectivity when mounted in 2×2 or 4×4 MIMO configuration.
A Log Periodic Dipole Antenna, or LPDA for short, is a clever antenna design that provides exceptional wideband performance by phasing a series of elements together, much like an ordinary Yagi but with each successive element of a smaller (or larger) length. The result of this clever engineering is an antenna that holds high gain, with good tuning, across the entire cellular frequency range.
|Radome Colour||Black Powdercoat|
|Dimensions||1240 x 200 x 60 mm|
|Environmental Rating||No Data|
|Operating Temperature||-40 °C to 65 °C|
|Mounting||Pole mount Ø 30-50 mm|
|Input Impedance||50 Ω|
|Max. Input Power||50 W|
|PIM, 3rd Order||-|
|Input Connector Gender||Female|
|Cable Length||300 mm|
|FREQUENCY RANGE||PEAK GAIN||VSWR||AZ.||EL.||F/B RATIO|
|698 to 803 MHz||11.1 dBi||< 1.8:1||60°||46°||> 28 dB|
|803 to 960 MHz||11.3 dBi||< 1.8:1||60°||47°||> 26 dB|
|1695 to 2200 MHz||11.5 dBi||< 1.8:1||45°||34°||> 24 dB|
|2200 to 2700 MHz||10.7 dBi||< 1.8:1||50°||40°||> 13 dB|
|3300 to 4000 MHz||9.5 dBi||< 1.6:1||34°||30°||> 9 dB|
|Unit Of Measure||ea|