Outdoor Hi-Gain 9dBi Omni-Directional Wireless Antenna Kit
[HAO9SIP]
  • Increase Your Outdoor Wireless Network Strength
  • Works with 2.4Ghz 802.11b /g Wireless Standards
  • Extend your Network Range up to 1.5 miles *
  • 360 Degree Signal Amplification
  • Easy Installation (No Software Required)

*Range Dependent on Network Conditions and Line of Sight

HAO9SIP Hi-Gain 2.4 GHz Wireless Antenna

Connect Anywhere, Anytime

HAO9SIP is one of Hawking's Hi-Gain 24 series, 2.4 GHz Wireless Antenna Line. Hawking offers a complete solution for all your wireless signal boosting needs. The Outdoor Antenna Kits provide wireless users with a high powered solution to extend their wireless network, whether extending the wireless network from one corporate building to another, or simply from the front house to the back house. The Outdoor Omni-Directional Wireless Antenna emits a powerful amplified signal over a 360 degree radius, delivering a strong multi-directional signal from an Access Point or a Bridge. If you have multiple locations or buildings where you would like to integrate your wireless network, simply place the HAO9SIP in between the buildings with your Acess Point. It is most effective when placed at the top of buildings or in the center of large rooms. The HAO9SIP also comes with a mounting kit, connectors, and a surge protector.

Hawking's Hi-Gain Wireless Antennas are designed to work with all Wireless Access Points, Wireless Routers and Wireless Network Adapters that have removable external antennas. Pairing the Outdoor Antenna with Hawking's Wireless Devices is recommended, however, not required. The HAO9SIP is designed with the popular RP-SMA connector, which works with many major Wireless Brands. It also comes with the TNC jumper cable for wider range of compatibility. Simply unscrew your current antenna and screw on Hawking's Hi-Gain antenna and you're ready to go!

Note: HAO9SIP Antenna kit does not include outdoor cables, which is necessary for long distance outdoor applications. Hawking carries 10ft (HAC10N) and 30ft (HAC30N) Outdoor antenna cables. Signal strength decreases through long cables. To maximize the signal strength, use the shortest cable possible or use the higher gain antennae (HAO14SD) for further distance.


System Requirements:
  • IEEE802.11b/g/n 2.4Ghz Wireless Network.
  • Wireless Device with Reverse-SMA Connector (Access Point/Wireless Router/Wireless Network Adapter/Wireless Bridge)
  • HAC10N or HAC30N Outdoor Cable Extension
  • Network Operations Systems Support:
  • Microsoft Windows 95/98/2000//NT/ME/XP and more!
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Network

  •  IEEE 802.11b WLAN Standard
  •  IEEE 802.11g WLAN Standard
  •  Wireless 2.4 GHz Network

Operating Frequencey

  •  2.4 ~ 2.4835 GHz

Electrical Properties

  •  Impedance 50 Ohms nominal
  •  Gain 9.0 dBi
  •  Polorization Linear, Vertical
  •  H-plane 360°
  •  E-plane 15°

Mounting

  •  Pole Mountable
  •  Wall Mountable

Mechanical Properties

  •  Connector: RP-SMA, N-Plug
  •  Cable: HDF400 (AC10N/AC30N)
  •  Dimension: L x W x H 620.5 x 45 x 45 mm
  •  Weight: 477g (without joint)
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.
Our outdoor antennas use N-plug antenna ports. We have adapters for TNC and SMA.
  What kind of antenna connector does the HAO9SIP have?
The HAO9SIP comes with a N-Female. It has an adapter for N-Male to RP-SMA Male. It also has a RP-SMA Female to RP-TNC Male connector.
  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 cable
  Does the HAO9SIP antenna support 802.11N?
Yes, the HAO9SIP 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.
Our outdoor antennas use N-plug antenna ports. We have adapters for TNC and SMA.
  What kind of antenna connector does the HAO9SIP have?
The HAO9SIP comes with a N-Female. It has an adapter for N-Male to RP-SMA Male. It also has a RP-SMA Female to RP-TNC Male connector.
  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 cable
  Does the HAO9SIP antenna support 802.11N?
Yes, the HAO9SIP 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.
Our outdoor antennas use N-plug antenna ports. We have adapters for TNC and SMA.
  What kind of antenna connector does the HAO9SIP have?
The HAO9SIP comes with a N-Female. It has an adapter for N-Male to RP-SMA Male. It also has a RP-SMA Female to RP-TNC Male connector.
  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 cable
  Does the HAO9SIP antenna support 802.11N?
Yes, the HAO9SIP 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.
Our outdoor antennas use N-plug antenna ports. We have adapters for TNC and SMA.
  What kind of antenna connector does the HAO9SIP have?
The HAO9SIP comes with a N-Female. It has an adapter for N-Male to RP-SMA Male. It also has a RP-SMA Female to RP-TNC Male connector.
  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 cable
  Does the HAO9SIP antenna support 802.11N?
Yes, the HAO9SIP supports 2.4GHz 802.11 B/G/N

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