Pulse Larsen SPDA17RP918 9 Inch Dipole Antenna With RPTNC-Male for 890-960 MHz ISM
The SPDA17RP918 is a 9-inch long blade-style dipole antenna designed for portable, hand-held terminal or cordless base applications in the 900 MHz ISM frequency range. Offering 1.5 dBi gain, 76-degree beamwidth with articulating knuckle and RPTNC-Male connector. Equivalent to 30-030012-01 and 32319. For SNB900 & AgGPS 442 542
The SPDA17RP918 is a swivel blade dipole antenna designed for portable, hand-held terminal or cordless base applications including wireless Point-of-Sale, 900 MHz Point- To Point, WLAN, or Cordless PABX. The SPDA17RP918 covers the 890-960 MHz frequency range providing omnidirectional radiation with a gain of 2 dBi.
The antenna is a right-angle swivel in black polyurethane with a reverse polarity TNC Male connector.
- Omnidirectional Swivel Dipole Antenna
- Performance across the 890-960 MHz frequency bands
- Up to 2 dBi Gain
- RPTNC Male connector
- Perfect 900 MHz ISM antenna for modems with RPTNC
- AKA: 32319 & 30-030012-01
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