Southwest Antennas has released a new rugged omni-directional antenna for S and C-Band communication.
Part # 1001-254 features frequency band coverage for both 2.1 - 2.5 GHz and 4.4 - 5.9 GHz with a peak gain of 2.6 dBi, offering coverage for many popular licensed bands used by Federal Law Enforcement, domestic and international / NATO military users, and broadcast video engineers, in addition to ISM and unlicensed band use.
Southwest Antennas Releases New Rugged GPS Active L1/L2 Patch Antenna for GNSS Applications
Proprietary stacked patch design combines high-performance antenna components with a low-profile waterproof radome and integrated magnetic mount to handle a wide range of operational scenarios for military and civilian GNSS users
Southwest Antennas has released three new rugged dual-band antenna products for 414 - 460 MHz / 895 - 935 MHz UHF-band applications.
Owing to their dual-band design, these antennas are ideal for multi-band tactical radio systems, allowing operators to utilize one or both frequency bands without needing to switch out antennas. The dual-band frequency coverage also make these antennas ideal for anti-jamming / automated interference avoidance systems.
We've released two new 4G LTE omni-directional antennas designed for embedded applications. For applications where antennas must be hidden from view for operational security to to improve environmental ruggedness in harsh conditions, these antennas can be easily integrated into other products, devices, or vehicles.
Southwest Antennas is incredibly proud to announce that we have ranked # 2,114 on the 2020 Inc. Magazine 5000 list of fastest growing private companies in America. This is the second year in a row that Southwest Antennas has earned this honor, and a significant improvement over our placement on the list last year.
We're pleased to announce the release of four new dual-band sector antennas designed for use with multi-port MIMO and MANET radio networks.
The innovative dual-band sector antenna design allows these antennas to operate across two distinct frequency bands, enabling dual-band transmit and receive capabilities when paired with radio systems capable of multi-band operation.
Southwest Antennas has just released two new omni-directional antennas for use on tactical radio systems, MIMO / MANET mesh networks, unmanned systems, and other applications for users who operate networks within the C-band, including federal law enforcement and, DOD, military, and NATO user groups.
These antennas feature 6 dBi of peak gain, 50 watt RF power handling, and RP-TNC(m) RF connectors with integrated spring base, allowing the antenna to bend and flex upon impact, reducing the chance of damage to mated RF connectors and components.