Antenna World G2424 Directional Range Booster WIFI Parabolic Grid Antenna

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as of 09/25/2023 (Details)

This is the popular 24dBi grid parabolic Wi-Fi antenna which provides up to 8 miles of range. Quality certified in our test chambers. This antenna has tighter fitting precision parts and detailed instructions and is designed here in the USA. The 2.4Ghz grid antenna is compatible with Wi-Fi standards 802.11b, 802.11g, 802.11n for fast data transfers up to 150mbps. Also, the grid antenna has a very narrow directional Wi-Fi pattern at just 7 degrees wide which translates into a high 24dBi gain rating. This 24 dB Wi-Fi is the parabolic antenna which can provide up to 8 miles of signal transmissions and receptions (provided proper height, obstruction clearance, power and antenna on other end). The Wi-Fi dish has a parabolic grid made of cast aluminum then powder coated in a light gray finish making it very weather resistant. The feed horn arm is a 14 inch long support for the dipole/reflector assembly. It is easy to mount on a suitable TV antenna mast, water pipe or other support tube. Adjustable elevation angle is possible via the U-bolt mounting system. Please note that all Wi-Fi antennas require a coaxial cable for connection to the Wi-Fi device. We offer high grade low loss cables in our Amazon store in various lengths. Please find 3 FT, 10 FT, 20 FT (C240NSM20), 40 FT (C400NSM40) and 60 FT (C400NSM60) cables assembled and tested in our Miami, FL factory. This antenna connects to your wireless card (also known as a USB Wi-Fi adapter or USB wireless adapter, such as the popular Alfa AWUS036H or N700 by simplify) or access point / router (with a removable antenna) which has an external antenna connector only. Please watch our web site for many help and training pages and videos to help you understand the uses of antennas like this. Signal range is variable from 100 feet to 10 miles totally dependent on terrain, height, obstructions, cable losses, device power and quality, and the target signal factors such as power and height, etc.

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