Horn CC asymmetric antennas, including the HG3-CC-A60 model, provide a unique asymmetric beamformer while maintaining the excellent noise rejection and overall superior performance of a well-designed horn antenna with N-Female connectors. This allows for a new level of network scalability and increased throughput. Horn CC asymmetrical antennas complete the Horn series of excellent symmetrical antennas.
Horn CC asymmetric antennas have a unique beam shape. The cross section of the beam is elliptical: wide in azimuth and narrow in elevation plane. This is useful for applications where an asymmetrical beam shape provides better coverage.
AsymmetricalHorn CC anten nas have naturally attenuated side lobes due to their optimized design: they concentrate energy in one main beam. The absence of side lobes provides excellent network immunity to interference when using Asymmetrical Horn CCantennas.
The radiation pattern of Asymmetrical Horn CC antennas is stable over the entire bandwidth.
Horn CC Asymmetrical Antennas have balanced horizontal and vertical beam patterns. Balanced H+V beams are very difficult to achieve for antennas with asymmetrical beam patterns and this is an area where all competitive products in the market fail. Balanced H+V beams are a critical feature for stable link operation when switching channels.
AsymmetricalHorn CC antennas have higher gain compared to Symmetrical Horn antennas with the same azimuth beamwidth. Horn CC Asymmetrical Antennas cover a very wide frequency range: 5180-6000 MHz with excellent VSWR performance.
Mainstream patch array sector antennas have a very wide radiation pattern in azimuth and a very narrow one in elevation plane. If the AP is installed on a tall tower, customers near the tower suffer from low AP signal levels. Horn CC asymmetric antennas provide valuable additional degrees of beamwidth at elevation, reducing the null zone while maintaining increased gain for long ranges.
Horn CC asymmetrical antennas feature N-female connectors, used in a wide range of devices such as the Mimosa A5c, Cambium Networks PMP 450, LigoWave and many others.
|Radio connection||2x N Female|
|Materials||Aluminium, steel, plastic|
|Mast diameter||36-80 mm (recommended as close as possible to the 80 mm limit)|
|Operating temperature||-35°C to +55°C (-31°F to +131°F)|
|Wind resistance||160 km/h|
|Wind load||43 N at 160 km/h|
|Antenna adjustment range||± 25° elevation, ± 20° azimuth|
|Frequency range||5180 - 6000 MHz|
|Beamwidth -3dB Azimuth||H 45° / V 42°|
|Beamwidth -3dB Elevation||H 17° / V 16°|
|Beamwidth -6dB Azimuth||H 60° / V 60°|
|Beamwidth -6dB Elevation||H 25° / V 25°|
|Beam efficiency||95 %|
|Front-to-Back Ratio||27 dB|
|VSWR Max 5180-6000 MHz||1.8|
|Polarity||Double linear H + V|
First, mount the bracket on the pole. The pole mount is reversible: you can mount it on the left or right side of the antenna.
Simply slide the antenna into the mount and adjust the height and azimuth. Tighten the screws to complete the installation.
Only one tool is needed to complete the entire process.