Antenna SET CDMA 450 MHz
The omnidirectional magnetic CDMA antenna is designed to be placed on any metal surface. It works in 450 MHz band and is suitable for connection to modems, routers and terminals. The base part consists of a magnet, which is equipped with SMA(f) and SMA(m) connectors. The antenna is supplied with RG174/U cable extension with a length of 3 m and an FME(F) connector.
Cable specifications RG174/U:
The cable labeled RG174/U is a basic variant of a coaxial cable that is compatible with connectors applicable to a cable diameter of 2.8 mm. The characteristic impedance of the cable is 50 Ω. The reduction factor is fixed at 0.66. The operating temperature range is -20 to 80 °C.
It is most often used for creating cable adaptors with connectors such as BNC/FAKRA/FME/MCX/MMCX/N/SMA/SMB/SMP/TNC and others. It is ideal for short and bending stressed connections in measuring and telecommunications technology, for GPS/GSM/WLAN antennas, antenna leads etc.
Connector specifications FME:
FME coaxial connectors are characterized by high reliability and mechanical stability. The characteristic impedance of the connector is 50 Ohm and the operating frequency ranges up to 2 GHz. Thanks to their compact size and long longevity, the FME connectors are used in the field of mobile communications as well as for GSM antennas. They are suitable for installation in vehicles as well.
Connector specifications SMA:
These are high-frequency connectors with screw connection mechanism. The characteristic impedance of the connector is 50 Ohm and the operating frequency range up to 18 GHz. There are two types of SMA connectors, namely SMA and RP-SMA. Most of the current cellular routers are equipped with SMA connectors for connecting Wi-Fi/2G/3G/LTE/GPS antennas terminated by proticates. It is also used as a standard connector in RF measuring technology. They are characterized by high reliability, durability, high mechanical stability and optimal electrical properties.
Technical parameters can be found in the attached datasheet.