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The HyperGain YE Series are economical high-performance Yagi antennas that combines accurate gain with a wide beam-width and are ideally suited for directional applications in the 900 MHz ISM and GSM bands. This series of Yagi antennas provides the user with anodized aluminum boom, solid elements, low loss series 400 COAX, and rugged mounting hardware. Features Can be installed for either vertical or horizontal polarization Heavy-duty 1/2 Aluminum boom 15 inch coax lead amp; 1/8 thick plated steel mounting plate 6 dBi gain amp; all weather Anodized Aluminum construction Solid Aluminum 1/8 elements Application LPWAN, LoRA, IoT, M2M 900MHz Cellular and GSM 900MHz ISM Band amp; Wireless LAN systems Point to multipoint amp; Non Line of Sight (NLOS) applications RFID amp; SCADA WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including phthalates, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information, go to Maximum VSWR 1.5:1 Polarization Vertical, Horizontal Qty/ Uom 1 Each Gain dBi 6 dBi Maximum Power 100 W Connector Placement Bottom Item Width 2.5 in Jumper Included No Item Height 8.4 in Specific Frequency 824-960 MHz Item Weight 1.56 lb Maximum Rated Wind Velocity 150 mile/h RF Connectors N Female, N Female Item Length 14.2 in

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