New 120 Degree MIMO Sector Antennas for S and C Band Communication

first_img High gain 90° sector antennas for S and C-Band communication 2 and 4-port omni-directional MIMO antennas with magnetic bases for rapid vehicle deployment Omni-directional antennas with integrated RF gooseneck base, ideal for tactical radio systems and available in L, S, or C band options Omni-directional “Ultra-Flex dipole” antennas with flexible weatherproof sealed spring base, ideal for tactical radio systems and available in L, S, or C band options These antennas join Southwest Antennas’ existing selection of MIMO antennas for use on hand held or body worn tactical radio systems, vehicle installed radio systems, or fixed site infrastructure.Popular MIMO products from Southwest Antennas include: Part # 1009-035 – 12 dBi, 2×2 MIMO 120° Sector Panel Antenna, Slant L/R Polarized, 2.2 – 2.5 GHz Part # 1009-034 – 12 dBi, 4×4 MIMO 120° Sector Panel Antenna, Slant L/R Polarized, 2.2 – 2.5 GHz Part # 1009-037 – 12 dBi, 2×2 MIMO 120° Sector Panel Antenna, Slant L/R Polarized, 4.4 – 5.0 GHz Part # 1009-036 – 12 dBi, 4×4 MIMO 120° Sector Panel Antenna, Slant L/R Polarized, 4.4 – 5.0 GHz Southwest Antennas has introduced four new MIMO sector antennas to their existing line-up of directional antenna solutions. The four new MIMO sector antennas feature a wide 120 degree horizontal beamwidth, allowing for wide area coverage. Designed for 2 x 2 and 4 x 4 MIMO radio systems, two and four port versions of these sector antennas are available in both 2.2 to 2.5 GHz S-Band and 4.4 to 5.0 GHz C-Band frequency options, for ISM / broadcast and law enforcement use. Polarization and spatial diversity is provided by the 45° left/right slant polarization antenna elements within the radome, offering users of MIMO radio systems better RF link capability and data/voice throughput versus standard vertically polarized antennas in congested RF environments.Each antenna is contained in a durable UV-resistant white kydex radome, making them suitable for extended outdoor installation and allowing for seamless integration next to other wireless infrastructure antennas without drawing attention. Each sector antenna ships with a mounting kit for 1” to 2” OD poles, with user-adjustable 0 to -15° adjustable elevation angle downtilt.The four new MIMO sector panel antennas include the following part numbers: These products are available now from Southwest Antennas, authorized sales representatives, and distributors.last_img read more

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Recap: Nationals defeat Phillies 10-6

first_imgThe Washington Nationals held off the Philadelphia Phillies on Tuesday in regular season action. The Nats’ record now stands at 5-5. The Phillies drop to 7-3. Offensively, the long ball ruled for Washington, belting out four homeruns by Yan Gomes, Howie Kendrick, Victor Robles, and Juan Soto. In the first inning, third baseman, Anthony Rendon, hit a sacrifice fly to right, and Adam Eaton scored, making the score 1-0. In the top of the sixth inning, Anthony Rendon doubled to right, scoring Robles. At the top of the seventh, catcher Yan Gomes hit his first home run of the season. Pitch hitter, Howie Kendrick, hit his first home run of the season in the middle of the seventh. Center fielder, Victor Robles, hit his third home run of the season to tie the game at 6-6 with two outs in the ninth. In the bottom of the tenth, left fielder, Juan Soto, hit a huge three-run homer with Brian Dozier and Anthony Rendon on base. Also in the bottom of the tenth, Rendon doubled to deep right and Ryan Zimmerman scored. Stephen Strasburg pitched a very strong four innings for Washington. Matt Grace pitched two innings. Sean Doolittle, Washington’s closer, came into the game and had two strikeouts, one of which was against former teammate, Bryce Harper.center_img The Washington Nationals play the Philadelphia Phillies tonight for the last game of the series at Citizens Bank Park in Philadelphia. Pitching for the Nationals will be Jeremy Hellickson. Please follow and like us:last_img read more

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Richest football clubs in the world – top 20 in the Money League revealed

first_img 20 20 Football’s Money League has been revealed and it makes good reading for the Premier League’s bean counters.Five of England’s elite feature in the top 10, with nine in the top 20, as compiled by audit firm Deloitte.But which club is number one? Find out, as we count down the top 20, above. 20 20 9. Liverpool – €391.8m in revenue for 2014/15 14. AC Milan – €199.1m in revenue for 2014/15 20 17. Newcastle United – €169.3m in revenue for 2014/15 11. Borussia Dortmund – €280.6m in revenue for 2014/15 20 20 4. Paris Saint-Germain – €480.8m in revenue for 2014/15 12. Tottenham – €257.5m in revenue for 2014/15 18. Everton – €165.1m in revenue for 2014/15 20 20 20. West Ham United – €160.9m in revenue for 2014/15. Find out which clubs make up the top 20, just click the arrow above 6. Manchester City – €463.5m in revenue for 2014/15 20 3. Manchester United – €519.5m in revenue for 2014/15 20 10. Juventus – €323.9m in revenue for 2014/15 20 20 20 20 15. Atletico Madrid – €187.1m in revenue for 2014/15 13. Schalke – €219.7m in revenue for 2014/15 20 16. Roma – €180.4m in revenue for 2014/15 8. Chelsea – €420m in revenue for 2014/15 2. Barcelona – €560.8m in revenue for 2014/15 5. Bayern Munich – €474m in revenue for 2014/15 19. Inter Milan – €164.8m in revenue for 2014/15 20 20 20 7. Arsenal – €435.5m in revenue for 2014/15 20 1. Real Madrid – €577m in revenue for 2014/15last_img read more

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