Hi-Gain Outdoor 2.4GHz Wi-Fi 17dBi Dual Polarization MiMo Directional Antenna
[HAO17SDP]
  • Works with popular 2.4GHz 802.11b/g/n wireless standards
  • Includes SMA Connector Adapters (most common antenna port)
  • Directional Dual-Polarization ensures optimal coverage for long range, high speed, and high bandwidth wireless networks
  • Built with Smart Antenna Technology (MIMO)
  • Quick and Simple Setup
  • Mounting hardware included

HAO17SDP Hi-Gain 2.4GHz Wi-Fi  17dBi Dual Polarization Mimo Directional Antenna

Long Range Wireless Coverage, Increase the Strength of Wi-Fi Devices up to 700%
The high-grade, heavy duty, HAO17SDP Hi-Gain Wireless 17dBi Directional Antenna extends the coverage of your existing wireless 2.4GHz 802.11b/g/n devices. Most Wi-Fi devices are built with 2dBi antenna gain, the HAO17SDP increases the standard antenna strength from 2dBi to a staggering 17dBi, resulting in up to 700% increase in wireless strength and coverage.*

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Dual-Polarization MIMO feature ensures quality performance for data intensive applications: streaming HD video, VoIP, online gaming, syncing files to your cloud server, etc.

 

The HAO17SDP is a dual-polarization MIMO antenna, a smart antenna technology, that is used to improve wireless communication between your devices. Unlike most standard Wi-Fi antennas using the same pathway to transmit and receive data, the HAO17SDP is designed with multiple pathways to optimize your data transfer speed. As a result, the HAO17SDP provides an unsurpassable wireless coverage for your wireless network.

 
Directional Antenna for Long Range Point-to-Point Wi-Fi Applications
The Directional Antenna concentrates the signal in one direction for stronger signal and better long range wireless connections. The Directional Antenna is also great for long range Point-to-Point wireless applications as in the diagram below. For extended wireless coverage, pair the Directional antennas, one on each end, to maximize your distance (as illustrated in the image below, from location A to B)

 

 
Plug-and-Play Installation
Simply replace your device antenna with the HAO17SDP. The HAO17SDP antenna has N-Type connector and comes with N-Type to SMA adapters, the most commonly used antenna connector. For other type of adapters, please visit Hawking Tech's website for additional selections. Outdoor Antenna cable is sold separately. Select the right length to minimize your cable loss.

 
Features        
Durable, Heavy-Duty enclosure to withstand the elements of nature   Increases your wireless range up to 7x, compared to a standard Wireless-N network
Standby Technical Support is available anytime for your convenience   Limited warranty protects your investment
 
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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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Hi-Gain 2.4GHz 17dBi Dual Polarization Mimo Wireless Directional Antenna

 

SPECIFICATIONS

Package Contents

  • One Hi-Gain™ Outdoor 17dBi Directional Antenna
  • Two SMA to N-Type Adapters
  • Mounting Kit (Wall and Pole options)
  • Quick Installation Guide

System Requirements

  • Wireless 2.4GHZ 802.11 b/g/n device with removeable external antenna(s)
  • Device with Reverse SMA Connector or N-Type Connector
  • Hawking Low Loss Outdoor Antenna Cable (HAC30N, HAC20N, HAC10N) or equivalent

Physical Specifications

  • Dimensions: 12.6(H) x 12.6(W) x 0.7(D) in
  • Weight: 2.4 lbs (excludes mounting hardware)
  • Temperature: -40°F to 176°F
  • Humidity: 95% @ 131°F
  • Waterproof: IP-57
  • Mounting kit: Pole Mount and Wall Mount

Interface Specifications:

  • Frequency:  2.4 GHz
  • Antenna Gain: up to 17dBi
  • VSWR: 2.0 : 1 (max.)
  • Polaraization: Linear, Vertical / Horizontal
  • Horizontal HPBW: 18° - 25°
  • Vertical HPBW: 18° - 25°
  • Standard Compliance: Co-pol. ETSI EN 301 525 V1.1.1TS1 - TS3 Cross-Pol. -12 (max.)
  • Isolation: 16dB (Min)
  • Input Impedance: 50 Ohm
  • Connector: N-Type Standard Jack x2
  • Power Handling: 6W (cw)
  • Lightning Protection: DC ground
  • Survival Wind Speed: 134 mph
MIMO Technology: 

 2.4GHz: 2T2R MIMO

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 bidirectional. 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 connectors does HAO17SDP have?
The HAO17SDP comes with two N-Female connectors. It has two adapters 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.
The HAC10N, HAC20N, HAC30N
  Does the HAO17SDP antenna support 802.11N?
Yes, the HAO17SDP supports 2.4GHz 802.11 B/G/N
  Do I have to use both connectors?
No, you do not. However note that there is typically a reduction in wireless speeds if you only use one antenna connector
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• Learn how to install your HWABN1 from Hawking technology video tutorial.
 
 
- More Questions? Check out our website at www.hawkingtech.com
 
 
Description 1
 
 
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  I’m not getting the range that I expect. Why is that?
Wireless traffic is bidirectional. 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 connectors does HAO17SDP have?
The HAO17SDP comes with two N-Female connectors. It has two adapters 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.
The HAC10N, HAC20N, HAC30N
  Does the HAO17SDP antenna support 802.11N?
Yes, the HAO17SDP supports 2.4GHz 802.11 B/G/N
  Do I have to use both connectors?
No, you do not. However note that there is typically a reduction in wireless speeds if you only use one antenna connector
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Hawking Technologies Inc
 
 
• Learn how to install your HWABN1 from Hawking technology video tutorial.
 
 
- More Questions? Check out our website at www.hawkingtech.com
 
 
Description 1
 
 
Description 2
  I’m not getting the range that I expect. Why is that?
Wireless traffic is bidirectional. 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 connectors does HAO17SDP have?
The HAO17SDP comes with two N-Female connectors. It has two adapters 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.
The HAC10N, HAC20N, HAC30N
  Does the HAO17SDP antenna support 802.11N?
Yes, the HAO17SDP supports 2.4GHz 802.11 B/G/N
  Do I have to use both connectors?
No, you do not. However note that there is typically a reduction in wireless speeds if you only use one antenna connector
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• Hi-Gain Wireless-300n Access Point
 
 
- HWABN1
 
 
Hawking Technologies Inc
 
 
• Learn how to install your HWABN1 from Hawking technology video tutorial.
 
 
- More Questions? Check out our website at www.hawkingtech.com
 
 
Description 1
 
 
Description 2
  I’m not getting the range that I expect. Why is that?
Wireless traffic is bidirectional. 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 connectors does HAO17SDP have?
The HAO17SDP comes with two N-Female connectors. It has two adapters 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.
The HAC10N, HAC20N, HAC30N
  Does the HAO17SDP antenna support 802.11N?
Yes, the HAO17SDP supports 2.4GHz 802.11 B/G/N
  Do I have to use both connectors?
No, you do not. However note that there is typically a reduction in wireless speeds if you only use one antenna connector

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