ZCG Scalar's Y715-RW wideband cellular yagi is designed to work between 698 and 890 MHz.
The RFI Wireless YW15-6989 yagi antenna offers wideband for 4GX and Next G (3G) services operating in the 700 and 850 bands.
The ZCG Scalar Y415-DD-RSB split round boom Yagi antenna is designed and manufactured for optimum performance at UHF 470 and 610 MHz frequencies.
The LPY698-2700 from ZCG Scalar is a fully enclosed log-periodic Yagi covering 4Gx, 4G, 3G, GSM and LTE mobile phone networks in the UHF 698–960 and 1710–2700 MHz frequency range.
ZCG's Y1809-MIMO-2 mast-mount enclosed Yagi is specifically designed and manufactured in Australia for directional transmit and receive within the 4G MIMO frequency range 1710-1880 MHz.
The ZCG log periodic Yagi LPY2250 and LPY2250-25 antennas have been designed and manufactured in Australia to improve cellular reception/transmission and increase signal strength.
MiMOMax has released a high-gain, multiple-element loop Yagi antenna said to enable longer and more reliable paths over challenging terrains and/or longer distances.
The range of wideband antennas from Powertec Telecommunications is suitable on all range of 3G frequencies in Australia.
The PN series antenna is designed for long-distance directional communication among wireless links. The 16 dBi gain and 23° horizontal, 23° vertical directivity are said to be superior to a typical Yagi.
MiMOMax Wireless has released a quad-array loop Yagi antenna as an alternative to its compact loop Yagi antenna. Like the compact loop, the quad-array can transmit both horizontally and vertically polarised MiMO signals.
The CRS Bluetooth has been developed specially for two-way radio. It has 10-hour talk time, 10 m range from paired radio, high-impact casing and Kevlar reinforced cable strands. It has connections to all the companyÂ’s earpieces as well as heavy-duty headsets, throat mics and vehicle hands-free applications.
The Bridge Networks has released the NHY409-4052 and the NHY415-4052 broadband Yagi antennas for use in the PMR UHF band 400-520 MHz.
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