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PETRA BB UniBox MIMO 2x2 antenna with thermoboxes for 3G/4G modem.

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PETRA BB MIMO 2x2 UniBox is an antenna combined with a large sealed box (UniBox) which you can put any 3G/4G modem and even router. The antenna is provided with connectors - SMA-male. Included are two adapters to connect 3G/4G modems (the type of adapters to choose). The connection of modem to PC or router located in the room is via a USB extension cable. System UniBox - protects the modem from adverse weather conditions!

 

Advantages:

Universal antenna with excellent gain and operating in all high-speed standards
Reliable fastening of the modem in the box
Quality connectors for connection of modem and antenna
Quality adapters with minimal losses
Hermetically sealed
Hardy and ultrafiol case material
The possibility of repeated Assembly and disassembly of the box
All set to launch the modem

 

 

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,,,an earlier version of antenna simulation with CST Studio...

 

 

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Galvanized sheet 0,3-0,4mm
Another kind of power supply via coaxial cable

Version of REMO.

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1 hour ago, chilanzar2 said:

The last photo - the antenna works like 3G?

Yes, approximate

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Does not open my compass this file

 Бляха-муха, его мать такую

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Jomy, With other files can not be opened? I'll learn to open this igis. Then the laser operator will not understand this. They say, remake our format - dxf and others.

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I can export only this files....

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For the first time in my life I encounter these files and programs. I think my life is not enough to learn to use them.

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And KOMPAS only accepts these files,,,

 

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Laptop connection

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Yes, this is a very good MiMo broadband antenna...

 

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Decreasing the reflector size, this MiMo antenna can fit into an offset parabola,,,,!!!

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19 hours ago, Admin said:

Decreasing the reflector size, this MiMo antenna can fit into an offset parabola,,,,!!!

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a small gain - frequency 1700-2100 ...11 DB

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thanks, Jomy! Great project!  I have a good job. But I got a little bit off that antenna. Here is such a dish will work ? Really need broadband, no MIMO

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this antenna is what 2400-2500 gain  Wi Fi ?  I need maximum gain at that frequency of .

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Chil, what is the reflector's size to you...????

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247mm is big, I think it should be 150 ... 170mm

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