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Dual band antennas handle 50 W.

Using a RG58 cable with a U/V stable polypropylene radome and 3M VHB Series two-sided adhesive gasket, Astron Wireless Technologies' LP8319H, LP8615H, LP8619H, LP9119H and LP9219H dual band antennas present a power handling capability of 50 W. The 4.50" OD x 1.06" H devices offer vertical polarization with a cosine shaped Monopole elevation beamwidth and an omnidirectional Azimuth beamwidth, a VSWR of 2:1 maximum with band edges of 2.50:1 maximum, and impedance of 50 [ohm] with a gain of 3 dBi in terms of AMPS, cellular and GSM (PCS gain is 1 dBi). The antennas exhibit a vibration of 2.50 GRMS 10 to 1,000 Hz, operating temperature from -30[degrees]C to 70[degrees]C, non-operating temperature from -40[degrees]C to 80[degrees]C and operation in frequency ranges from 8065 MHz to 1,990 MHz depending on model. The products are designed for indoor and outdoor use with a splash-proof exterior side.

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Astron Wireless Technologies, Inc.

703-450-5517, www.astronwireless.com

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Title Annotation:PASSIVE & DISCRETE COMPONENTS
Publication:ECN-Electronic Component News
Date:Oct 1, 2008
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