Hi-Gain™ 14dBi Outdoor Directional Antenna Kit
[HAO14SDP]
  • 2.4 Ghz Frequency - Works with popular Wireless Standards
  • Reverse SMA Plug - Compatible with most Access Points/Adapters
  • A 14dB External Outdoor Directional Antenna - Ensures optimal coverage
  • Supports all network operation systems
  • Setup is quick and simiple

HAO14SDP Hi-Gain 14dBi Outdoor Directional Antenna Kit

Extend the Distance of your Wirless Devices or Bridge a Connection from Point-to-Point!

 

The HAO14SDP Hi-Gain 14 dBi Outdoor Directional Antenna Kit is a heavy duty, weather proof, high powered antenna for extending the range of your existing wireless 802.11 b/g/n WiFi devices. Whether your application requires extending a wireless signal from one building to another or simply from one end of the house to the other end, the Hi-Gain 14 dBi is the perfect solution.

 

 

OPTIMIZE RANGE AND PERFORMANCE WITH DIRECTIONAL SIGNAL FOCUS

The power rating of WiFi antennas is measured in terms of decibels (dBi) with most standard antennas measuring just over 2 dBi, the HAO14SDP boosts power to a staggering 14dBi. The Hi-Gain Directional technology concentrates your wireless signal directly towards the wireless source from your network. This results in a significant increase in wireless distance. When paired with another Hi-Gain 14dBi antenna, the outdoor directional antenna can be used to create a point-to-point solution that can extend farther than normal coverage..
 

 
PLUG-AND-PLAY INSTALLATION

Installation of the HAO14SDP is simple. It is compatible with most wireless devices on the market with removable antennas. The Hawking antenna comes equipped with N-Type, RP-SMA connector to support a wide range of wireless device. Note: An outdoor low loss antenna cable (model number HAC10N, HAC20N, OR HAC30N) is required for outdoor installation and must be purchased separately. Depending on your set up, a shorter cable is recommended for minimal signal degradation (cable loss) due to cable length.

 

 
DIRECTIONAL ANTENNA PLACEMENT

Once you have connected your HAO14SDP, be sure to note the signal pattern of the antenna. While you will experience superior range and quality with your HAO14SDP, you must be in range of the antenna's signal. As indicated by the diagram below, the directional antenna does not give off signal directly below or directly behind the product. You will receive optimal wireless signal by placing your wi-fi enabled device within the designated area. Adjust the antenna as needed.
(Note: Your wireless coverage may vary depending on the receiving power of your wireless adapter.)

 

 
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*Percentage value derived from antenna gain equation and the results from a controlled testing environment. Result analysis is conducted by an independent study group. Actual results may vary depending on an individual's operating environment. This includes, but is not limited to, network devices, network setup, building and surrounding materials.
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Network Specifications:

  •  IIEEE 802.11b/g

Operating Frequency

  •  2.4~2.4835 Ghz

Electrical Properties

  •  Impedence: 50 Ohms Nominal
  •  Gain: 14dBi
  •  Polorization: Linear, Vertical

HPBW

  •  Horizontal: 30º
  •  Vertical: 30º

Antenna Connectors

  •  N-Type (Female)

Cable

  •  ULA 198, 20cm

Adapters

  •  SMA adapter

Survival wind Speed

  •  134 m/hr

Radome color

  •  Gray-white

Radome material

  •  PC, UV resistant

Dimensions

  •  8.4 (L) x 3 (W) x 8.4 (H) in

Weight

  •  1.4 lbs
How to figure out which version you have:

On the backside of the product there is a label that will determine which version you have. Click on the to see an image. To download a file, select the icon next to the select file.
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  I’m not getting the range that I expect Why is that?
Wireless traffic is bidirectinoal. Signals must be sent and received. You are limited by the weakest wireless adapter on the network. For example, if one wireless device has a range of 500 feet but the other device only has a range of 100 feet, the maximum range would be 100 feet.
Antennas also have a cone of transmission. For example, if an antenna only has a 15 degree angle of transmission, you must make sure your wireless devices are within this cone of transmission. Otherwise, your wireless device might not see a signal or see any improvement. Check the specs for each product (will usually be listed a H-Plane and E-Plane: H-Plane is the Horizontal view and E-Plane is Vertical view)
  What kind of antenna adapters do you support?
Our indoor antennas use the SMA antenna ports. We have adapters for TNC, MCX and MMX antenna ports available for purchase. Please contact a Hawking Representative for more information.
Our outdoor antennas use N-plug antenna ports. Included with this product is an SMA adapter, all other adapters are sold seperately.
  What kind of antenna connector does HAO14SDP have?
The HAO14SDP comes with an N-Female. It has adapter for N-Male to RP-SMA Male.
  How long of a cable do you guys sell so I can mount this outside?
We sell a 10, 20, or 30 foot N-Male to N-Female cable.
We recommend the HAC10N, HAC20N or HAC30N cables
  Does the HO14SDP antenna support 802.11N?
Yes, the HAO14SDP supports 2.4GHz 802.11 B/G/N
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  I’m not getting the range that I expect Why is that?
Wireless traffic is bidirectinoal. Signals must be sent and received. You are limited by the weakest wireless adapter on the network. For example, if one wireless device has a range of 500 feet but the other device only has a range of 100 feet, the maximum range would be 100 feet.
Antennas also have a cone of transmission. For example, if an antenna only has a 15 degree angle of transmission, you must make sure your wireless devices are within this cone of transmission. Otherwise, your wireless device might not see a signal or see any improvement. Check the specs for each product (will usually be listed a H-Plane and E-Plane: H-Plane is the Horizontal view and E-Plane is Vertical view)
  What kind of antenna adapters do you support?
Our indoor antennas use the SMA antenna ports. We have adapters for TNC, MCX and MMX antenna ports available for purchase. Please contact a Hawking Representative for more information.
Our outdoor antennas use N-plug antenna ports. Included with this product is an SMA adapter, all other adapters are sold seperately.
  What kind of antenna connector does HAO14SDP have?
The HAO14SDP comes with an N-Female. It has adapter for N-Male to RP-SMA Male.
  How long of a cable do you guys sell so I can mount this outside?
We sell a 10, 20, or 30 foot N-Male to N-Female cable.
We recommend the HAC10N, HAC20N or HAC30N cables
  Does the HO14SDP antenna support 802.11N?
Yes, the HAO14SDP supports 2.4GHz 802.11 B/G/N
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  I’m not getting the range that I expect Why is that?
Wireless traffic is bidirectinoal. Signals must be sent and received. You are limited by the weakest wireless adapter on the network. For example, if one wireless device has a range of 500 feet but the other device only has a range of 100 feet, the maximum range would be 100 feet.
Antennas also have a cone of transmission. For example, if an antenna only has a 15 degree angle of transmission, you must make sure your wireless devices are within this cone of transmission. Otherwise, your wireless device might not see a signal or see any improvement. Check the specs for each product (will usually be listed a H-Plane and E-Plane: H-Plane is the Horizontal view and E-Plane is Vertical view)
  What kind of antenna adapters do you support?
Our indoor antennas use the SMA antenna ports. We have adapters for TNC, MCX and MMX antenna ports available for purchase. Please contact a Hawking Representative for more information.
Our outdoor antennas use N-plug antenna ports. Included with this product is an SMA adapter, all other adapters are sold seperately.
  What kind of antenna connector does HAO14SDP have?
The HAO14SDP comes with an N-Female. It has adapter for N-Male to RP-SMA Male.
  How long of a cable do you guys sell so I can mount this outside?
We sell a 10, 20, or 30 foot N-Male to N-Female cable.
We recommend the HAC10N, HAC20N or HAC30N cables
  Does the HO14SDP antenna support 802.11N?
Yes, the HAO14SDP supports 2.4GHz 802.11 B/G/N
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  I’m not getting the range that I expect Why is that?
Wireless traffic is bidirectinoal. Signals must be sent and received. You are limited by the weakest wireless adapter on the network. For example, if one wireless device has a range of 500 feet but the other device only has a range of 100 feet, the maximum range would be 100 feet.
Antennas also have a cone of transmission. For example, if an antenna only has a 15 degree angle of transmission, you must make sure your wireless devices are within this cone of transmission. Otherwise, your wireless device might not see a signal or see any improvement. Check the specs for each product (will usually be listed a H-Plane and E-Plane: H-Plane is the Horizontal view and E-Plane is Vertical view)
  What kind of antenna adapters do you support?
Our indoor antennas use the SMA antenna ports. We have adapters for TNC, MCX and MMX antenna ports available for purchase. Please contact a Hawking Representative for more information.
Our outdoor antennas use N-plug antenna ports. Included with this product is an SMA adapter, all other adapters are sold seperately.
  What kind of antenna connector does HAO14SDP have?
The HAO14SDP comes with an N-Female. It has adapter for N-Male to RP-SMA Male.
  How long of a cable do you guys sell so I can mount this outside?
We sell a 10, 20, or 30 foot N-Male to N-Female cable.
We recommend the HAC10N, HAC20N or HAC30N cables
  Does the HO14SDP antenna support 802.11N?
Yes, the HAO14SDP supports 2.4GHz 802.11 B/G/N

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