Yagi WiFi 5.8Ghz Antenna - 16dBi Radome - H:19° - V:19° - Outdoor - Directional - N-Female Cable

by Yagi
$49.99

UPC: 741360888920

Yagi 5.8Ghz Antenna TY-58-16-27 is Radome Enclosed Yagi Antenna features high gain and a 19° beam width. It is ideally suited for directional and multipoint Wifi and wireless LAN applications and other systems operating in the 5.8GHz band. (5GHz range)

5.8GHz Wifi Yagi Antenna TY-58-16-27 is enclosed within a UV-stable ABS radome for all-weather operation. Included with antenna is a 60° tilt and swivel mast mount kit. This allows the installer to make accurate alignment over wide range of pointing angles.

Electrical Data

Frequency: 5725-5850 MHZ
Gain: 16.5 dBi
VSWR: <1.5:1
Polarization: Vertical
Horizontal Beamwidth: 19°
Vertical Beamwidth: 19°
Nominal Impedance: 50 Ohms
F/B Ratio: >18 dB
Max Input Power: 100 W
Lightning Protection: DC Ground

Mechanical Data
Connector: N-Female
Dimensions: 15.8in
Weight: 1.2lb
Cable Lenght: 9.1in
Radome Material: Weatherproof ABS
Mounting Method: Mast
Mast Size: 40-50mm
Rated Wind Velocity: 210km/h
Operating temperature: -40~+65C

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QUESTIONS & ANSWERS

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  • What is the distance of the Yagi Antenna?

    I have not been able to try it yet. It is for my motorhome. The biggest issue was finding an older model wifi modem that has screw on antenna. And order the cable with the antenna. They are impossible to find in the retail stores. I will be trying it out in mid April.

  • Does it work with Wireless AC?

    Yes it works with 5GHz range only and would be used for infrastructure such as WiMax. There are vendors that sell 2.4GHz only and also dual frequency multi antenna units such as Yagi WiFi Antenna - 2.4GHz/5GHz-5.8GHz - 9dBi - Dual Band/Multi Band - Outdoor - Directional - Wireless LAN Network Antenna - TP541.

  • Can I use this to pick up a free wifi network from my home if I plug into router and modem?

    If you are an authorized user on the network yes - you can have considerable stand off with this antenna (if they have a 5.8GHz network).

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