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Customer Premise Equipment (CPE) Antennas

CPE 2473 - Integrated 200mW Radio and 18 dBi Antenna!

The Customer Premise Equipment (CPE) Antennas make perfect endpoints to any high performance network. By combining radio and antenna components in one stylish, easy-to-install unit, installation times and cost for network operators are dramatically reduced. The state-of-the-art components ensure robust, reliable service for years.

  • Integrated radio and antenna design makes installation a breeze. Minimizing installation time and cost allows network managers to focus on critical business issues.
  • State-of-the-art radio components offer superior transmission and reception. Radio components deliver ultimate performance. No matter the network configuration, these devices reliably deliver data with fewer transmission errors.
  • Reliable, robust wireless antenna maintaining solid network connections. Consistent antenna performance ensures solid, robust network connections over even the longest distances.
  • Durable, stylish radome design offers years of unobtrusive, weather-resistant service. The unique clamshell design keeps moisture out and minimizes condensation damage, while maintaining a building's aesthetics.
  • Standards-compliant designs allow easy setup and network integration.
  • Multi-mount hardware offers easy installation and antenna aiming. Exclusive mounting hardware offers up to +/-10 degrees elevation angle adjustment.
  • Infrastructure mode allows you to use the CPE as a client to an Access Point
  • Adhoc mode allows you to use two CPE's as a Building-to-Building Bridge
  • Aproximate range up to 15 miles*

Why Use a CPE instead of a typical Radio and Antenna setup?

  • Eliminate Cabling
    In a typical setup, the radio (Access Point or Bridge) is located inside the building while the antenna is mounted on the roof. Cabling, usually LMR400, and connectors are used to connect the antenna to the radio. Cabling and connectors introduces losses into the system, negating some of the gain an antenna introduces, and reducing your range and performance of your antenna. Not only, does LMR400 cable introduce loss into the system, but it can also be very costly. With the CPE, the radio and antenna are integrated, eliminating any cabling between them and ensuring the highest performance possible. The only cable you would need is outdoor CAT5 going to the CPE.
  • Cost Effective
    You would normally have to purchase many parts in a typical wireless setup including the radio, wireless antenna, radio pigtails, feed cable, power over ethernet kit, NEMA enclosure, and lightning protectors. With the CPE, it is the only thing you need. No more worrying about what type of connectors I need, how much coax cable I need, or where will I mount the radio.

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Customer Premise Equipment Antennas (CPE Antennas)

  • Integrated Powerful Radio and Antenna in an weatherproof enclosure
  • Reliable and Robust
  • Easy to Install - All Hardware included
  • Durable Radome
  • Power over Ethernet (PoE) Injector included
  • Easy to configure
  • Just Add CAT5 Cable!

CPE Product Datasheet >>

 
Part Number
2473 CPE Antenna
2472 CPE Antenna
Transmetter Output (dBm)
23 (200 mW)
20 (100 mW)
Antenna Gain (dBi)
18
18
EIRP (dBm)
41
35
Receiver Sensitivity
-87/-95 dBm (11/1 Mbps)
-87/-95 dBm (11/1 Mbps)
IEEE Standard
802.11b
802.11b
Security Protocol
64 & 128 bit WEP
64 & 128 bit WEP
Network Management
In/Out Bandwidth Limiting
In/Out Bandwidth Limiting
Admin Interface
Web Browser
Web Browser
Antenna Style
Panel
Panel
Power Supply
PoE (Power over Ethernet)
PoE (Power over Ethernet)
Transient Suppression

24v (PoE)
2.8V (Ethernet)

24v (PoE)
2.8V (Ethernet)

$479.00

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*approximate range in ideal conditions including line of sight and no interference. Timing issues may occur when going over 12 miles due to 802.11b limitations.