Hi-Gain Outdoor Dual-Band Wi-Fi 10dBi Omni-Directional Antenna Kit
[HOD10IP]
  • Compatible with 2.4GHz & 5.0GHz Wireless 802.11 a/b/g/
  • Weather proof design for Outdoor Wi-Fi Point-to-Multipoint Solution
  • 360⁰ horizontal coverage(2.4GHz & 5.0GHz)
  • Includes one SMA Connector Adapter  (the most common type of antenna connectors for Access Points / Routers with removable antenna)
  • Mounting hardware is included
  • HOD10IP HI-GAIN OUTDOOR DUAL-BAND Wi-Fi 10dBi OMNI-DIRECTIONAL ANTENNA KIT

    Long Range Wireless Coverage , Increase the Strength of Dual-Band Wi-Fi Devices up to 300%!

     

    The HOD10IP Hi-Gain™ Outdoor Dual-Band 10dBi Omni-Directional Antenna Kit is a heavy-duty, weather proof antenna for extending the range of your 802.11 a/b/g/n Wi-Fi devices. The HOD10IP increases the wireless strength from a standard 2dBi (decibels) to a staggering 10dBi, resulting up to a 300% increase in the wireless coverage and strength.*

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    ULTIMATE FLEXIBILITY AND MAXIMUM PERFORMANCE USING DUAL-BAND

    The 2.4GHz frequency is the most commonly used wireless bandwidth. It also has limited bandwidth for multiple activities, such as sending emails, video chatting, streaming movies, playing games, etc. In addition, the same 2.4GHz frequency is used by other wireless routers in the area, as well as some common household devices such as cordless phones and microwaves. This causes interference and major backlog with your online activities. Dual-Band technology fixes these issues by providing the 5.0GHz frequency. This allows compatible devices to connect to the more open 5.0GHz channels, eliminating the 2.4GHz interference, thus speeding up your internet. The HOD10IP strengthens and extends the Dual-Band Signal for long range, high traffic wireless networks.

     
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    OMNI-DIRECTIONAL ANTENNA FOR LONG RANGE POINT-TO-MULIPLE POINT WI-FI APPLICATIONS: 360º HORIZONTAL WIRELESS COVERAGE

    The HOD10IP provides coverage in multiple directions for long range wireless environments, but has limited coverage for nearby devices. It is recommended to maintain a wireless coverage for your close by devices, similar to the diagram shown below : the HOD10IP connects to an access point to transmit signal outward, while the local wireless router provides signals for close by devices.

     
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    PLUG-AND-PLAY INSTALLATION

    Simply replace your device antenna with the HOD10IP. The HOD10IP 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.

     
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    FEATURES  
    Durable, Heavy-Duty enclosure to withstand the elements of nature
    Increased frequency range improves your overall wireless experience

    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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    SPECIFICATIONS

    Package Contents

    • One Hi-Gain™Dual-Band Omni-Directional Antenna
    • N-plug to SMA Adapters
    • Wall & Pole Mounting Kit
    • Easy to follow Quick Installation Guide

    System Requirements

    • Wi-Fi Network device with removeable external
    • antenna(s)
    • Copper Grounding Wire
    • Hawking Low Loss Outdoor Antenna Cable*
    • (HAC30N, HAC20N, HAC10N) or equivalent

    Interface Specifications:

    • Frequency Range: 2.4-2.5 GHz, 5.1-5.9 GHz
    • Wireless Standard: 802.11 a/b/g/n
    • Antenna Gain: 7.5-8dBi (2.4GHz), 7-10dBi (5.0GHz)
    • Polarization: Linear & Vertical
    • Horizontal HPBW: 360°
    • Vertical HPBW: 13° (2.4GHz), 7-10°(5.0GHz)
    • VSWR: 2.0 : 1 (max.)
    • Input impedance: 50 ohm
    Physical / Hardware Specifications
    • Connector: 1 x N jack, SMA adapter included
    • Power handling: 5 W (cw)
    • Color: White
    • Material: UV resistant, UV resistant
    • Dimension: 46 (H) x 3 (W) x 3(D) inches
    • Weight: 1 lbs (excludes mounting hardware)
    • Lightning protection: DC ground
    • Survival wind speed: 135 m/hr
    • Temperature: -40°C to +80°C
    • Humididty: 95% @55°C
    • Waterproof: IP-67
    • Mounting Kit: Pole mount & Wall mount
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      I’m not getting the range that I expect. What 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 connector does HOD10IP have?
    The HOD10IP comes with an N-Female connector. It has an adapter for N-Male to RP-SMA 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.
    The HAC10N, HAC20N, HAC30N
      Does the HOD10IP antenna support 802.11N?
    Yes, the HOD10IP supports 2.4GHz and 5GHz 802.11 A/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 only 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
     
     
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      I’m not getting the range that I expect. What 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 connector does HOD10IP have?
    The HOD10IP comes with an N-Female connector. It has an adapter for N-Male to RP-SMA 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.
    The HAC10N, HAC20N, HAC30N
      Does the HOD10IP antenna support 802.11N?
    Yes, the HOD10IP supports 2.4GHz and 5GHz 802.11 A/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 only 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
     
     
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    Description 2
      I’m not getting the range that I expect. What 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 connector does HOD10IP have?
    The HOD10IP comes with an N-Female connector. It has an adapter for N-Male to RP-SMA 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.
    The HAC10N, HAC20N, HAC30N
      Does the HOD10IP antenna support 802.11N?
    Yes, the HOD10IP supports 2.4GHz and 5GHz 802.11 A/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 only 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. What 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 connector does HOD10IP have?
    The HOD10IP comes with an N-Female connector. It has an adapter for N-Male to RP-SMA 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.
    The HAC10N, HAC20N, HAC30N
      Does the HOD10IP antenna support 802.11N?
    Yes, the HOD10IP supports 2.4GHz and 5GHz 802.11 A/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 only one antenna connector

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