Pasternack has launched a new series of Omni, rubber duck and dome antennas to address a wide range of Sub-6 GHz 5G wireless applications.
Pasternack’s 16 new antenna models include 5G rubber duck antennas that feature a tilt and swivel blade design, SMA connectors and nominal gains ranging from 3 to 5 dBi. The new Omni antenna selection includes models optimized for 600, 700, 850, 1,800 and 2,600 bands, N-Type connectors and nominal gains ranging from 0 to 4 dBi. In addition to the rubber duck and Omni antennas which can be used on a host of equipment including routers, access points, switches and other devices, Pasternack now offers in-building dome antennas that include low-PIM models. These 5G, cellular, coax-fed antennas with N-Type connectors offer nominal gains ranging from 2 to 7 dB and VSWR levels as low as 1.5:1.
"Our new Omni and rubber duck antennas are perfect for upgrading stock rubber duck and Omni antennas found on many access points, routers, PLCs, switches and other communications devices. Our new dome antennas provide wide frequency coverage, high gain and are ideal for use in DAS, cellular and Wi-Fi networks," said Kevin Hietpas, product line manager at Pasternack.
Pasternack’s new 5G Omni, rubber duck and in-building dome antennas are in-stock and available for immediate shipping with no minimum order quantity required.