Waterproof to 20 meters, ideal for tactical radio systems
Southwest Antennas, an industry leader in innovative rugged RF / microwave antennas and accessory products, has released a new GPS passive L1 antenna with integrated coaxial RF gooseneck, adding to their existing line of passive and active GPS antenna products for the military, law enforcement, and commercial markets.
Antenna offers 2.2 - 2.4 GHz frequency coverage and 4 dBi of peak gain
The latest addition to our line of Ultra-Flex line of omni-directional antennas is part # 1085-148, which operates from 2.2 - 2.5 GHz, offers 4 dBi of peak gain, and can handle up to 50W of RF input power during transmission. A matte black finish on the antenna's radome and black chrome RF connector enables this antenna to be used in low-visibility situations.
Designed for operation with legacy and next-generation JTRS waveform standards
Southwest Antennas, an industry leader in innovative rugged antenna products, has released a new line of Omni-directional antenna solutions designed specifically for existing and upcoming JTRS military radio waveform standards that utilize the UHF, L, and S Bands, such as the Wideband Networking Waveform (WNW) and Soldier Radio Waveform (SRW).
Aerocomm Technical Sales will Represent Southwest Antennas in Arizona, Utah, New Mexico, and Colorado
San Diego, California, March 20th, 2017 - Southwest Antennas, an industry leader in rugged RF / microwave antennas and accessory product solutions, is pleased to announce the appointment of Aerocomm Technical Sales as their new sales representative firm for the states of Arizona, Utah, New Mexico, and Colorado.
Integrated Bandpass Filters help eliminate out of band co-located radio interference without adding additional external components to radios or antennas
Southwest Antennas has released the first in their new product line of filtered omni-directional antennas, giving users additional operational flexibility in radio placement while helping to attenuate disruptive frequencies outside of their operational frequency band. This is particularly important for users who will be operating in close proximity to high-powered transmitters, such as military radio systems.
Our new whitepaper Understanding the Basics of MIMO Communication Technology is now available to read and download from the Southwest Antennas website. Originally published by Microwave Journal in December 2016, we're pleased to share this white paper with our audience as well. This whitepaper covers the basics of MIMO radio and antenna technology from a general non-technical standpoint.