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  • PACSAT antennas : Microwave Antennas, Australia
    Range are the best 5GHz antennas we sell Key attributes ETSI Range 1 Class 2 performance for high performance in high traffic environments Fully enclosed radome to minimise wind loading and maximise service life Vernier adjustment in elevation azimuth for accurate alignment Models SS5428 28dBi 600mm dia SS5428S DATA SHEET SS5431 31dBi 900mm dia SS5431S DATA SHEET SS5434 34dBi 1200mm dia DOWNLOAD DATASHEET PDF PacSat What you can expect from us We understanding the products we sell many we design and manufacture ourselves all we have installed in real networks Exhaustive testing of each new product range Individually items are tested with a spectrum analyser before we send them out to you Antennas return loss over the operating frequency Cables and in line devices insertion loss over the operating frequency or 100MHz 6GHz by default All products are identified by serial number so we can track and monitor performance The performance specifications for our equipment are real measured results not best case predictions based upon modelling We stand behind the performance of our products and offer a standard two year warranty Select the right category and look at the spec sheets and installation guides for our products Please contact us

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  • PACSAT antennas : Microwave Antennas, Australia
    Range are the best 5GHz antennas we sell Key attributes ETSI Range 1 Class 2 performance for high performance in high traffic environments Fully enclosed radome to minimise wind loading and maximise service life Vernier adjustment in elevation azimuth for accurate alignment Models SS5428 28dBi 600mm dia SS5428S DATA SHEET SS5431 31dBi 900mm dia SS5431S DATA SHEET SS5434 34dBi 1200mm dia DOWNLOAD DATASHEET PDF PacSat What you can expect from us We understanding the products we sell many we design and manufacture ourselves all we have installed in real networks Exhaustive testing of each new product range Individually items are tested with a spectrum analyser before we send them out to you Antennas return loss over the operating frequency Cables and in line devices insertion loss over the operating frequency or 100MHz 6GHz by default All products are identified by serial number so we can track and monitor performance The performance specifications for our equipment are real measured results not best case predictions based upon modelling We stand behind the performance of our products and offer a standard two year warranty Select the right category and look at the spec sheets and installation guides for our products Please contact us

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  • PACSAT antennas : Microwave Antennas, Australia
    Range are the best 5GHz antennas we sell Key attributes ETSI Range 1 Class 2 performance for high performance in high traffic environments Fully enclosed radome to minimise wind loading and maximise service life Vernier adjustment in elevation azimuth for accurate alignment Models SS5428 28dBi 600mm dia SS5428S DATA SHEET SS5431 31dBi 900mm dia SS5431S DATA SHEET SS5434 34dBi 1200mm dia DOWNLOAD DATASHEET PDF PacSat What you can expect from us We understanding the products we sell many we design and manufacture ourselves all we have installed in real networks Exhaustive testing of each new product range Individually items are tested with a spectrum analyser before we send them out to you Antennas return loss over the operating frequency Cables and in line devices insertion loss over the operating frequency or 100MHz 6GHz by default All products are identified by serial number so we can track and monitor performance The performance specifications for our equipment are real measured results not best case predictions based upon modelling We stand behind the performance of our products and offer a standard two year warranty Select the right category and look at the spec sheets and installation guides for our products Please contact us

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  • About PacSat
    11 compliant 900MHz 2 4GHz 5 8GHz antenna Professional outdoor microwave radios Splitters lightning arrestors filters and mounts RF cables cable tails and connectors Specialist microwave antenna masts and mounts Design and manufacture of custom antenna Portable wireless test gear What we do Research design manufacture and testing of microwave antenna and devices from 100MHz to 6GHz Our capabilities include in house engineering skills microwave test laboratory and manufacturing plant

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  • Information about Wireless Networks
    Each of these elements is considered in turn below Figure 2 Main Components in Link Budget 1 3 Radio Power A radio produces power typically expressed in mW However as the output power from a radio gets severely attenuated over distance mW is not a good measurement standard As an example the signal level reaching the receive antenna is often considerably less than one millionth of a mW So instead a logarithmic scale is normally used instead dBm Figure 3 shows some common mW levels expressed in dBm Figure 3 Conversation of mW to dBm 1 4 Cable Attenuation As the signal from the radio travels through a cable it is attenuated reduced in strength The higher the frequency and the smaller the cable the bigger the losses Typical losses for common cable types are shown in Figure 4 Losses can be significant Ten metres of LMR400 cable carrying a 5 8GHz signal will create a loss of 3 5dB 0 35 x 10 which in absolute terms is more than half the signal Figure 4 Attenuation of Common Cable Types 1 5 Antenna Gain Section 2 discusses selection of antennas in depth For link budget purposes it is important to know the gain of an antenna Typically this is expressed in dBi It is a measure how much the antenna amplifies the section in a particular direction The combination of radio output power cable losses antenna gain EIRP EIRP stands for Equivalent Isotropically Radiated Power The reason it is important is that this is the figure that has limits set by the ACMA Australian Communications and Media Authority For 2 4GHz and 5 8GHz it is typically 4 watts or 36dBm 1 6 Radio Path Losses As the signal travels through the air it is attenuated Increasing frequency and

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  • How to Order Online
    contact our This e mail address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it if you would like to apply for a User Account If you do not have a User Account you can go to the product page and click on Request Price or ask a Question or you can This e mail address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view

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  • Contact Us
    4982 0855 Fax 61 2 4982 0566 Email This e mail address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it National Sales Phone 1800 001 081 Fax 02 4982 0566 Email This e mail address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it Export Sales Phone 61 2 4982 0855 Fax 61 2 4982 0566 Email This e mail address is being

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  • Sitemap
    Antennas OMN5405B OMN5407B OMN5410B OMN5812 Mobile Antennas OMNM5405R OMNM5406 OMNM5408R OMNM5409 Dual Polarisation Antennas 2 4GHz Dual Pol Antenna P2417D SEC2415 120D SEC2416 90D 5GHz Dual Pol Antenna P5423D S5424D S5428D S5432D S5434D SEC5416 120D SEC5416 90D SEC5417 90D Custom Antennas Custom Antennas Accessories Lightning Accessories 17 501 17 502 17 503 17 504 17 801 17 902 17 905 Splitters 17 601 17 602 17 603 17 604 Filters 17 201 17 213 Enclosures PoE Injectors PSUs 17 105 17 308 32 010 Connectors Cables Connectors Adapters N Type Connectors N Type Female Compression Connector for LMR400 Cable N Type Female Crimp Connector for LMR400 Cable N Type Female Crimp Connector for RG213 Cable N Type Female Crimp Connector for RG58 Cable N Type Male Compression Connector for LMR400 Cable N Type Male Crimp Connector for LMR400 Cable N Type Male Crimp Connector for RG213 Cable N Type Male Crimp Connector for RG58 Cable TNC Connectors TNC Female Connector for LMR400 Cable TNC Female Connector for RG58 Cable TNC Female Reverse Gender Conector for LMR400 Cable TNC Female Reverse Gender Conector for RG58 Cable TNC Male Connector for LMR400 Cable TNC Male Connector for RG58 Cable TNC Male Reverese Gender Connector for RG58 Cable TNC Male Reverse Gender Connector for LMR400 Cable SMA Connectors SMA Female Connector for RG58 Cable SMA Male Connector for RG58 Cable SMA Male Reverse Gender Connector for RG58 Cable Adaptors Adaptor N Type Female N Type Female Adaptor N Type Male N Type Male Adaptor N Type Male SMA Male Reverse Gender Cables N Type Male to N Type Male Leads NM LMR400 NM 0 5 NM LMR400 NM 1 0 NM LMR400 NM 10 NM LMR400 NM 2 0 NM LMR400 NM 5 0 NM RG58 NM 0 3 N Type Male Leads

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