The Laird PSQ24495 antenna is a four-port directional antenna for use in 802.11n MIMO applications. The antenna is an excellent choice for high density Wi-Fi applications where adjacent antenna interference is of concern. Equipped with two sets of slant +/-45-degree ports, the antenna takesadvantage of both polarization and spatial separation to mitigate multipath issues.
Enclosed in a compact/low profile ASA, UV stable radome and equipped with an articulating arm that can be affixed to a mast or anchored directly to a vertical surface, the antenna can be oriented to take full advantage of the antenna’s directionality. Uniform and symmetrical radiation patterns provide a high level signal density into defined coverage zones. This antenna greatly enhances the performance of 802.11n systems where physical obstructions are anticipated. The dual band frequency coverage means that a single type of antenna can be deployed with any MIMO radio in the 2400-2490 MHz and 4900-6000 MHz bands.
The PSQ24495-91NF has 4 x 91cm cables terminated in N-Female.
The peak gain on the low band is 6.6 dBi and 7.7 dBi on the upper band.
Download the datasheet from the Laird website.