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Brocade Dual Band Rubber Duck Antenna

Item #: 51dBi | Grades K-12
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In order to complete the vital task of making your school wireless you need antenna for your Brocade wireless access points. This ruggedly designed antenna is compatible with the Mobility 300 Series 5110 Wireless Access Point and will offer wide coverage giving the user ease and flexibility. Six of these antennea are needed for one access point in order to ensure proper function.

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Technical Specs



General Frequency: 2.4/4.9-5 GHz

Specific Frequency: 2.4-2.5/4.9-5.875 GHz

Compatible Access Points: Mobility 300 Series 5110 Access Point

Antenna Type: Rubber Duck

Gain: 2 dBi

Horizontal Beamwidth: 360

Vertical Beamwidth: 75

Number of Ports/Leads/Pigtails: 1, Dual Band

Connector: RPSMA Plug (M, F)

Application: Indoor

Mounting Style: Device Direct
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