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andy59
 Post subject: Need Help to design solid wide angle antenna for NLoS
Posted: Mon May 21, 2012 3:30 am 
 
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Greetings All!

New around here! I have a outdoor 2x2 MIMO WiFi radio which has dual linear x-polarization antenna ports and need to design a 90* sector antenna in 2.4GHz and 5.8GHz for solid wide angle coverage for outdoor to indoor coverage in Non-LoS mode to achieve max wall penetration.

The TX output power of this radio is 22dBm.

My question is: What should be the optimum design for this Antenna which can generate max solid angle horizontal and vertical solid angle coverage. Should the 3db dual linear H/V pattern be about 90*/25*? My object is to cover maximum floors and provide good wall penetration with least amount of APs generating max array and diversity gain? PLEASE HELP!

God bless!




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