The 4.9-7.2GHz Sector Antennas cover the frequency ranges from 4.9GHz to 7.2GHz, enabling customers who seek high-frequency antennas a nice choice. All our  4.9-7.2GHz Sector Antennas' designs, especially the 5ghz sector antennas and 5.8ghz sector antennas, are fully production tested for consistent, reliable, and trouble-free performance in the field. 5.8 GHz sector antennas are popular products, RFQ today!


Gains of 4.9-7.2GHz Sector Antennas

Antenna gain tells us the power transmitted by an antenna in a specific direction. This parameter describes how strong a signal an antenna can send out or receive in a specified direction. Asian Creation offers high gains 4.9-7.2GHz Sector Antennas, which have a strong ability of sending and receiving signals and transmitting data. These products generally have gains varying from 14dBi to 20dBi.

Gains of 4.9-7.2GHz Sector Antennas
Frequency Range of 4.9-7.2GHz Sector Antennas

Frequency Range of 4.9-7.2GHz Sector Antennas

The 4.9-7.2GHz Sector Antennas generally cover the entire frequency range of 4.9GHz to 7.5GHz, but the major products we provide have a frequency range of 5.8GHz. However, there are also Sector Antennas havingdifferent frequency ranges, for example, 5.1-5.8GHz and 4900-5850MHz. In summary, we will always have Sector Antennas that meet your needs.

5.8 GHz Sector Antenna Applications

  1. Wireless Communication: Point-to-Multipoint Networks: Sector antennas are often used in wireless communication setups, such as point-to-multipoint networks. They allow for efficient coverage of a specific area with a high number of client devices.

  2. Wi-Fi Networks: High-Density Areas: In urban environments or areas with a high concentration of Wi-Fi users, 5.8 GHz sector antennas can be employed to provide targeted coverage and manage network congestion effectively.

  3. Surveillance and Security: Video Surveillance Systems: Sector antennas are utilized in video surveillance systems to provide wireless connectivity for cameras and sensors over a specific surveillance area.

  4. Broadband Internet Access: Last-Mile Connectivity: Internet service providers (ISPs) may use 5.8 GHz sector antennas for last-mile connectivity, providing broadband access to users in a specific geographic sector.

  5. Telecommunication Infrastructure: Cellular Backhaul: Sector antennas can be part of the telecommunication infrastructure, serving as backhaul links for cellular networks to connect base stations and provide high-capacity data transfer.

  6. Point-to-Point Links: Backhaul Connections: In point-to-point links, sector antennas can be used for backhaul connections between network nodes, enabling high-speed data transfer over longer distances.

  7. Public Safety Networks: Emergency Services: Sector antennas can be deployed in public safety networks, providing communication links for emergency services in specific sectors during critical situations.

  8. Event Connectivity: Temporary Deployments: During events or gatherings, 5.8 GHz sector antennas can be temporarily deployed to provide reliable and high-capacity wireless connectivity in specific areas.

  9. Smart City Applications: Smart Grids and Infrastructure: In smart city deployments, sector antennas can play a role in connecting various components of smart grids and infrastructure, facilitating data exchange for monitoring and control.

  10. Educational and Research Projects: Wireless Experiments: Educational institutions and researchers may use 5.8 GHz sector antennas for wireless communication experiments and projects, exploring the capabilities of directional antennas in different scenarios.