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GPS/VHF COMBO ANTENNA/17.0dB (CI-2480201)
Frequency · 1575.42 MHz 17dB Gain 118-137 MHz

All new design shares the popular CI-248 style. Combines both GPS and VHF Com functions in a single footprint. Same 4-hole mounting dimensions as popular VHF antennas. Provides separate connections - TNC for GPS and BNC for communication. Requires no other accessories for connection to panel-mount or handheld GPS/Comm receiver/transceiver "combos."

Features a built-in notch filter for excellent performance in a single package, and a GPS amplifier designed specifically for Garmin™ GPS receivers. This patented design is perfect for helicopter applications, and has been tested under the toughest RTCA DO-160D environmental conditions.

Discount Universal Magnetic Car Antenna and Universal Signal Reach Antenna RF Adapter for all Cell Phones Improve Signal and Reception on any Cellular Phone - Car Antenna & Signal Reach RF Adapter Kit - Your Complete Universal Antenna / Signal Solution for Any Cell Phone! INCREASE SIGNAL & BOOST RECEPTION ON ANY CELL PHONE, WiFi & 2WAY RADIOS! ON SALE THIS WEEK!


Universal Magnetic Car Antenna and Universal Signal Reach Antenna RF Adapter for all Cell Phones - ON SALE THIS WEEK!

HELPS INCREASE SIGNAL, BOOST RECEPTION AND SIGNAL IMMEDIATELY TO ANY CELL PHONE, PDA, WIFI LAPTOP, TWO WAY RADIOS!

Your Complete Antenna / Signal Solution for Any Cell Phone! FAST & EASY TO USE!

NEW! Signal Reach Universal Antenna Coupler for Motorola / Sprint / Verizon / Nextel / Samsung / Audiovox / LG / Kyocera / Nokia / BlackBerry / Palm / Any Cellular Phone and More!

Besides compatible ALL Cellular Phones Frequencies It Can also be used with WiFi to receive a better signal! Just lay it within 1" of any receiving device like your WiFi Card on your laptop, put it on back of your Blackberry or Palm device! Use it on ANY other devices operating from 800 to 2200 MHz

The Signal Reach ACC003 Universal Antenna Coupler will couple the RF signal from a handset, PDA or laptop wireless card without a hard physical connection (i. e. a connector inserted in an antenna port of a handset).

This Signal Reach coupler is the key device in systems that improve cellular range, as it couples a high percentage of a cellular device's RF signal. It can be used with any mobile or fixed system, including hands-free car kits (which may use a signal amplifier such as the Signal Reach SA Series Signal Amplifier for even greater coverage range).

The Signal Reach coupler is fully bi-directional, with equal coupling in both transmit and receive directions.

The Signal Reach antenna coupler can be mounted on a universal cradle (like in your car or truck) or can be attached to the wireless handset through the use of the included Velcro strip and pads.

The antenna coupler can also be interfaced to laptop modem cards to facilitate improved cellular wireless data connectivity. The Universal Antenna Coupler

The Signal Reach Universal Antenna Coupler works for all cellular phones and any other devices operating from 800 to 2200 MHz, including Cellular, iDEN, PCS, and UMTS operating bands (also any GSM and any DCS bands in Europe and other regions around the world).

Signal Reach Features:
Universal Universal handset adaptability - Can also be used with WiFi to receive a better signal!
Low RF connection loss Low RF connection loss at all cellular frequencies (850 MHz cellular, 800/900 MHz iDEN (Nextel), 1900 MHZ PCS, 900 MHz GSM (Europe), 1800 MHz DCS, 1885-2200 UMTS)
Small physical size Small physical size, lightweight, strong plastic construction!
Easy Optional Stick Easy Optional Stick on Velcro connection (included) Just wipe area with alcohol first before applying.
4 ft. RF Antenna cable with FME Male 4 ft. RF Antenna cable with FME Male connector attached (Just connect it to any External Antenna, a separate connector may be required that is easily obtained at your local Radio Shack if needed.)

Yageo announces UWB metal antenna for notebooks

May 30, 2007

Passive component supplier Yageo announced the release of its first ultra wide band (UWB) metal antenna, designed to meet the application requirements for a wireless personal area network (WPAN) used in notebooks and other PC peripherals, including portable USB and hard drives. Mass production of Yageo's UWB antenna is slated for the third quarter of this year.

The Yageo UWB antenna comes in a 35×7mm package and features a 3.1-4.7GHz frequency band. The UWB metal antenna is capable of delivering band speeds up to 480Mbps within an effective transmission radius of 3 meters.

Alan Lee, Yageo's vice president of global sales and marketing, said the new UWB metal antenna will help the company move a step further toward penetrating the wireless communication market. With new combo antenna and antenna solutions catering to WiMax communication protocol in the pipeline, Yageo is positioned to grow its laptop metal antenna market share by 50% within the next two years, he added.

Demand for UWB antennas is expected to accelerate as a wireless computer interface becomes increasingly pervasive, reflecting the increase of UWB enabled products by more notebook manufacturers. The exposure of Bluetooth, UWB and other dedicated short-range communication technology in notebooks will increase further and total about three million units by 2011 according to ABI Research.

Source: digitimes.com

Problem:  My reception gets worse (snow) when adding a second attenna.

I am adding a second TV antenna to my system so that I will not have to rotate a single antenna to get every station.  The first antenna is a VHF/UHF combo, and the second it a UHF only.  Both antennas are located in my attic.  I ran the RG6 coax from each antenna into a simple $3 signal splitter/combiner, and then ran a cable from that down to a four way distribution amplifier in my basement which has cables connected to each TV.  From prior reading on the Internet, I knew that the antennas had to be either 1/2 wavelength away from each other vertically, or a full wavelength away from each other horizontally.  Failure to do so could result in ghosts.  Because of the size of my attic, I broke this rule (but I do not think this is causing my problem because I temporarily hooked up the antennas in such a way as to not break this rule with the same poor results).  The antennas are on the same horizontal plane and about 20 feet apart.  Surprisingly, ghosting is not my problem.  Hooked up by themselves, each antenna provides a fantastic picture for the station it is pointed at.  When I hook up both together, I get average reception.  What is causing the signal loss?  Do I need something special rather than a basic $3 signal splitter/combiner?  I have the cables connected to the correct locations on the splitter/combiner.  Thanks in advance for your help.

 

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