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Product Details
Typically Ships Within 21 - 28 Days
Restockable Yes
Warranty 1 year

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Other Accessories

The 17548 is a 0 dBd, unity gain antenna suitable for short, direct line-of-sight transmission. The antenna should reside inside the enclosure.
This 3 dBd, omnidirectional antenna is suitable for the outdoors. It can be used at the base station or where you need to communicate with multiple stations located in different directions. The antenna is also preferred in applications in which the best radio path is not constant, including close-up applications without clear line-of-sight.
Used outdoors, this high-gain (6 dBd), directional (Yagi) antenna has a narrow beam width that requires precise aiming. Its higher gain makes it useful for communicating over longer distances.

Replacement Parts

The 10873 connects the RF411 to the computer. It is a 6 foot cable that terminates in a 9-pin female connector on one end and a 9-pin male connector on the other end.
Used at the computer site, this dipole antenna has adhesive backing that adheres to a wall, rear-view mirror, window, or another suitable flat, non-conductive surface. The 15970 is supplied with 79 in. of RG174 cable fitted with an RPSMA connector.
The CM230 Adjustable Inclination Mount attaches the antenna to the ET107. The inclination can be adjusted to any angle from horizontal to vertical.
This antenna cable connects the field site's antenna to the radio. It has a 59 inch length.