Aimed at sending and receiving signals and transmitting data, the 2.3-2.7GHz Dish Antennas are designed to cover the frequency range from 2.3GHz to 2.7GHz. Asian Creation guarantees that the 2.3-2.7GHz Dish Antennas are all high performance and high quality. There are always one module of these Dish Antennas that meet all your needs. 2.4 GHz dish antennas are Asian Creation's popular products, click the following links for more information.


Gains of the 2.3-2.7GHz Dish Antennas

Though the number of the 2.3-2.7GHz Dish Antennas we provide are not large, they have  high gains, which means they are good at transmitting and receiving signals to a specific direction. Also, the antennas with relatively high gains will have a relatively long lenth.

Gains of the 2.3-2.7GHz Dish Antennas
Features of 2.3-2.7GHz Dish Antennas

Features of 2.3-2.7GHz Dish Antennas

  • The 2.3-2.7GHz Dish Antennas are made from coated aluminium, which make the product more durable, stable and more aesthetic.

  • The directional radiation enables the 2.3-2.7GHz Dish Antennas to have a stronger ability to both send and receive the signals and transmit data quickly and reliably.

2.4 GHz Dish Antenna Applications

  1. Wireless Communication: Wi-Fi Networks: 2.4 GHz is a commonly used frequency for Wi-Fi communication. Dish antennas can be employed to establish long-range, point-to-point Wi-Fi links, especially in areas where direct line-of-sight is necessary.

  2. Satellite Communication: Amateur Radio: Dish antennas operating at 2.4 GHz can be used by amateur radio operators for communication purposes, such as long-distance contacts and data exchange.

  3. Remote Sensing: Weather Monitoring: Dish antennas can be used for remote sensing applications, including weather monitoring. They can be part of systems that collect and transmit meteorological data.

  4. Surveillance and Security: CCTV Systems: In security applications, 2.4 GHz dish antennas can be used for long-range transmission of video signals in closed-circuit television (CCTV) systems.

  5. Radio Astronomy: Amateur Radio Astronomy: Enthusiasts and educational institutions may use 2.4 GHz dish antennas for amateur radio astronomy to observe celestial bodies and radio emissions from space.

  6. Military and Defense: Communication Links: Dish antennas at 2.4 GHz can be employed for military communication links, providing secure and reliable long-range connections.

  7. Research and Scientific Applications: Radio Telescopes: 2.4 GHz dish antennas can be integrated into radio telescope systems for scientific research, helping astronomers study specific frequencies of electromagnetic radiation emitted by celestial objects.

  8. Point-to-Point Data Links: Data Transfer: These antennas can be used for establishing point-to-point data links in scenarios where a high data transfer rate is required, such as in industrial applications.

  9. Telecommunication Infrastructure: Backhaul Links: Dish antennas can be part of the telecommunication infrastructure, serving as backhaul links to connect different communication nodes and provide high-capacity data transfer.

  10. Educational and Amateur Radio Projects: Learning and Experimentation: 2.4 GHz dish antennas can be used in educational settings for teaching purposes, allowing students to understand the principles of radio frequency communication and antenna design.