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Antennas

Information about new antennas

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Laws of physics apply to antennas too – although we wish otherwise...

New 4G Antennas from Siretta

Making the most out of your antenna

Yagi or not Yagi - That is the question

Outside antennas with long cables - how much signal do I lose?

Extend your reach with Siretta quality, low-loss RF cables

New miniature 4G/3G bolt-through antennas

The Toughest Antennas in Town

In-vehicle WiFi with TANGO36 ceiling mounted MiMo antenna

Laws of physics apply to antennas too – although we wish otherwise...

We speak to many customers about antennas and one thing stands out in the conversations – the quest to have a high gain for the particular style of antenna and application. Often, It’s a bit like asking for tyres with the most grip for your car when a better solution would be to work on the suspension to achieve great road holding. It is similar with antennas.

New 4G Antennas from Siretta

As more equipment is being made for use with 4G signals the need for a wider range of 4G antennas is happening. At Siretta we are rising to the challenge by introducing a more diverse range. Here we are introducing a 2 port MIMO antenna and mini whip panel mounted antenna.


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Making the most out of your antenna

Antennas are simple things but most likely it is the last item to think about when designing or using wirelessly connected products. A small amount of thought beforehand on what antenna type you should use and the compromises that that might bring will pay off later. We are often receive phone calls from people who need to sort out their antenna situation as its not going well…… Explore further….


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Yagi or not Yagi - That is the question

Had a call from a customer the other day, saying a competitor’s cellular Yagi antenna was no good, even though they claim it is very high gain. As Siretta offer a number of good quality Yagi antennas, I thought this would be a sale opportunity. Asked few more questions only to find out he had installed his antenna facing the building. Explained Yagi antennas are good but not that good and he should really install his antenna in as clear a line of sight to the base station as possible to get a good result. A couple of days later he called back thanking me. It seems I can spot a good sales opportunity but not the sales. Anyhow, the question of whether to use a Yagi or an omnidirectional antenna is a valid one.


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