Wireless LAN: Antennas of the BAT family

Wireless LAN: Antennas of the BAT family
Antenna Guide
Wireless LAN
Antennas of the BAT family
BAT Antenna Guide BAT
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Contents
Introduction
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Current BAT portfolio
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2
AP / Cable / Antenna assembly
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3
Antenna Selection Criteria
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4
External antennas
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4.1
Legal regulations for operation external antennas
4.1.1 Relevant for use in the USA and in Canada:FCC
compliant antennas
4.1.2 Relevant for use in Japan:
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4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
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Omni-Directional Antennas
4.2.1 Omni-Directional Antenna for 2.4 GHz band
4.2.2 Omnidirectional antenna for 5 GHz band
4.2.3 Omnidirectional Antenna for 2.4 and 5 GHz band
4.2.4 Omni-directional dual-band antennae for MiMo for
the 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz bands
4.2.5 Dual band Hemispherical Antenna for 2.4 and 5 GHz
band
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Sector Antennas
4.3.1 Directional antenna for the 2.4 GHz band with 8 dBi
gain
4.3.2 Polarization-diversity antenna for 5 GHz band, linear
4.3.3 Sectoral MiMoantenna for 5 GHz band
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Directional Antennas
4.4.1 Directional antenna for the 2.4 GHz band with 14 dBi
gain
4.4.2 Directional antenna for 5 GHz band with 18 dBi gain
4.4.3 Directional antenna for 5 GHz band with a gain of
23 dBi
4.4.4 Directional antenna for 5 GHz band with 18 dBi gain
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Radiating Cable Antennas (Leaky Cable)
4.5.1 Leaky Cable for 2.4 GHz; black
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Cables/Adapter
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A
Explanation of passive
antennas in explosive hazard
areas
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B
Antenna diagrams
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C
Index
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D
Further Support
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Introduction
Since 2004, Hirschmann Automation and Control GmbH has provided a
continually expanding product portfolio relating to WLAN.
Our product portfolio comprises the following integral WLAN network
elements:
 active devices such as access points, and clients
 passive components such as cables, antennas, and overvoltage
protectors
With our product portfolio, we focus on a high industrial suitability. In order to
improve our products, in particular with regard to vibration resistance,
grounding behavior, impermeability and emission behavior, we have further
developed our antenna portfolio.
You benefit from the following modifications of our antenna portfolio:
 All antennas comply with the IP65 degree of protection for a high
industrial suitability. The sole exception to this is the BAT-ANT-N-14GIP23 antenna.
 The emission behavior of the new antennas is more homogeneous, with
improved transmit and receive power during operation.
 The new antennas, equipped with N sockets, allow you to connect the
antennas easily and quickly with other cables and overvoltage protectors.
 The scope of delivery comprises a complete solution, with the antenna, 1
yard of cable, and the pigtail included. The complete solution allows you
to immediately connect the antenna to the BAT-C, BAT-F, BAT-R, and
BAT300-Rail.
 You obtain every antenna with mounting material which is vibration
resistant, weatherproof, and sturdy.
We continually improve our product portfolio and include in the portfolio
WLAN technology innovations. As a result, our portfolio is subject to short
term changes. Check regularly for updates of our portfolio by visiting the
Hirschmann product pages (www.hirschmann.com).
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Current BAT portfolio
In the following you get an overview of our devices. You also obtain
information on which WLAN standards the devices support.
 The products of the BAT300 family support the WLAN standards
IEEE 802.11a/b/g/h and 802.11n and can be operated with a gross data
rate of up to 300 MBit/s.
 The products of the OpenBAT family support the IEEE 802.11a/b/g/h/n
WLAN standards and can be operated with a gross data rate of up to
450 MBit/s.
 The BAT-C products support the WLAN standards IEEE 802.11a/b/g/h/n
and can be operated with a gross data rate of up to 65 MBit/s.
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BAT300-Rail
The devices are
supplied in metal
enclosures for mounting
on DIN rails in
automation or vehicle
applications.
BAT300-F
The devices are
supplied in IP65/67
metal housings. They
are designed for fieldlevel applications or
harsh industrial
environments.
BAT-F X2
The devices are
supplied with stainless
steel covers. They are
designed for hazardous
environments and are
approved for ATEX
zone 2.
BAT300-Rail
BAT300-F
BAT-F X2
Table 1:
BAT-F
The devices are
supplied in a metal
housing that can be
fastened to DIN rails
using automation
technology. They
provide impressive
flexibility and high
speeds.
BAT-F
BAT-R
The devices are
supplied in a metal
housing that can be
fastened to DIN rails
using automation
technology. They
provide impressive
flexibility and high
speeds.
BAT-R
BAT-Family: Overview
For further information, see the installation user manual for the corresponding device.
BAT-C
The devices are
supplied with an IP67
aluminum housing.
They are suitable for
use in an industrial
environment.
BAT-C
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AP / Cable / Antenna assembly
Access Point
Pigtail
Optional
Protector
Optional
Cable
(2 m, 5 m, 15 m /
6.56. ft, 16.4 ft, 49.2 ft)
1×–3×
1×–3×
Cable
1m
Linear
antenna
1×–3×
BAT300-F /
BAT-F /
BAT-C
Dual Slant
antenna
1×–3×
1×–3×
1×–3×
BAT300-Rail /
BAT-R
MiMo
antenna
f-m
f-m
f-m
m-f
As every antenna set includes 1 yard of antenna cable and a pigtail, you have
the option of immediately connecting both AP types BAT-F / BAT300-F/ BATC, and BAT-R/ BAT300-Rail to the antennas.
The BAT Protector can be screwed onto the BAT-F/ BAT300-F/ BAT-C
directly, or be connected between two cables, as it is equipped with a plug
and a socket.
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Antenna Selection Criteria
 Take into account the national regulations that apply to the operation of
antennas before considering any other criteria.
See “Legal regulations for operation external antennas” on page 14.
Note: Hirschmann recommends that you perform an on-site inspection and
an analysis to prepare for the installation of a WLAN.
Typical antenna ranges, based on the frequency range and the antenna type:
 Frequency range: 2.4 GHz
– Short range: up to 218 yards (200 m) with omnidirectional antennas.
– Medium range: up to 0.62 miles (1 km) with sector antennas.
– Long range: up to 3.11 miles (5 km) with directional antennas.
 Frequency range: 5 GHz
– Short range: up to 328 yards (300 m) with omnidirectional antennas.
– Medium range: up to 1.86 miles (3 km) with sector antennas.
– Long range: up to 9.32 miles (15 km) with directional antennas.
The typical ranges provide orientation for the first-time antenna selection.
The actual antenna range depends on several factors such as output power,
line of sight, and interference.
In the following table you find antenna descriptions. Together with the above
described typical ranges, the descriptions provide orientation for the first-time
antenna selection.
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Art.-No
Antenna
Description
BAT-C
943 981-002
BAT-ANT-N-6G-IP65
Omnidirectional
antenna for
2.4 GHz band
+++
BAT300 family
OpenBAT family
BAT300BAT300-F BAT-R
BAT-F
Rail
+
+
+
+
943 981-003
BAT-ANT-N-5A-IP65
Omnidirectional
antenna for
5 GHz band
+++
+
+
+
+
942 110-001
BAT-ANT-N-3AGN-IP67
Omnidirectional
antenna for
2.4 GHz band and
5 GHz band
+++
-
+
-
+
942 047-001
BAT-ANT-N-3AGN-F
Omnidirectional
antenna for
2.4 GHz band and
5 GHz band
+++
-
+
-
+
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Table 2:
+++ very good; ++ good; + possible; – cannot be used; nr = not relevant
Whether an antenna is actually suitable depends on the application case.
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OpenBAT family
BAT300BAT300-F BAT-R
BAT-F
Rail
+
+
-
Art.-No
Antenna
Description
BAT-C
942 046-001
BAT-ANT-RSMA-2AGNR
Omnidirectional
antenna for
2.4 GHz band and
5 GHz band
-
943 981-004
BAT-ANT-N-6ABG-IP65
+++
Hemispherical
antenna for
2.4 GHz band and 5
GHz band
+
+
+
+
943 981-005
BAT-ANT-N-14G-IP23
Directional antenna for 2.4 GHz band
with 14 dBi gain
+
+
+
+
943 981-006
BAT-ANT-N-18A-V-IP65
Directional antenna for 5 GHz band with
18 dBi gain
++
++
++
++
943 981-007
BAT-ANT-N-23A-V-IP65
Directional antenna for 5 GHz band with
a high gain of 23 dBi
+
+
+
+
943 981-008
BAT-ANT-N-23A-VHIP65
Directional antenna for 5 GHz band with
a high gain of 23 dBi
+++
+++
+++
+++
Table 2:
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+++ very good; ++ good; + possible; – cannot be used; nr = not relevant
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Antenna
Description
943 981-014
BAT-ANT-N-MiMo-18NIP65
Directional antenna for 5 GHz band with
18 dBi gain
943 981-009
BAT-ANT-N-8G-DS-IP65
Polarizationdiversity antenna
for 2.4 GHz band,
linear
-
++
++
++
++
943 981-010
BAT-ANT-N-9A-DS-IP65
Polarizationdiversity antenna
for 5 GHz band,
linear
-
++
++
++
++
943 981-012
BAT-ANT-N-MiMoDB5N-IP65
-
+++
+++
+++
943 981-013
BAT-ANT-N-MiMo5-9NIP65
Omni-directional
dual-band antenna
for MiMo for the
2.4 GHz and 5 GHz
bands
Sectoral
MiMoantenna for
5 GHz band
+++
+++
+++
+++
943 981-001
BAT-ANT-N-LC-G-50mIP65
Leaky wave
conductor for
2.4 GHz, black,
50m
+++
+++
+++
+++
Table 2:
BAT-C
BAT300 family
OpenBAT family
BAT300BAT300-F BAT-R
BAT-F
Rail
+++
+++
+++
+++
+++
+++ very good; ++ good; + possible; – cannot be used; nr = not relevant
Whether an antenna is actually suitable depends on the application case.
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Art.-No
Antenna
Description
BAT-C
943 981-101
BAT-ANT-N-LC-G-100mIP65
+++
943 903-373
BAT-ANT-Protector m-f
Leaky wave
conductor for
2.4 GHz, black,
100m
Overvoltage
Protector
BAT300 family
OpenBAT family
BAT300BAT300-F BAT-R
BAT-F
Rail
+++
+++
+++
+++
+++
+++
+++
+++
+++
943 903-374
BAT-LAN-Protector IP68
Surge Arrestor
LAN/PoE
+++
+++
+++
+++
+++
943 903-360
BAT-Pigtail
nr
Adapter cable
(N socket/RP-SMA
plug)
+++
-
+++
-
943 903-514
BAT-CLB-2 N m-f
Antenna Cable
N-Plug to N-Jack
2 m (6.56 ft)
+++
+++
+++
+++
+++
943 903-516
BAT-CLB-5 N m-f
Antenna Cable
N-Plug to N-Jack
5 m (16.40 ft)
+++
+++
+++
+++
+++
943 903-515
BAT-CLB-15 N m-f
Antenna Cable
N-Plug to N-Jack
15 m (49.21 ft)
+++
+++
+++
+++
+++
Table 2:
+++ very good; ++ good; + possible; – cannot be used; nr = not relevant
Whether an antenna is actually suitable depends on the application case.
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External antennas
This chapter is structured as follows:
 “Legal regulations for operation external antennas” on page 14
 “Omni-Directional Antennas” on page 21
 “Sector Antennas” on page 34
 “Directional Antennas” on page 40
 “Radiating Cable Antennas (Leaky Cable)” on page 51
4.1
Legal regulations for operation
external antennas
You find additional information on approvals, certifications, and selfdeclarations in the Installation user manuals for the devices.
 Before operating the antennas, refer to the “Safety instructions” chapter
in the Installation user manual for your device or devices.
4.1.1
Relevant for use in the USA and in Canada:
FCC compliant antennas
For the operation of the OpenBAT devices in the USA and in Canada—
characteristic value US for country approvals—you require a permit for the
operation of antennas. If the operation of a specific antenna is legal depends
on the frequency band and the WLAN module used. The following tables
provide you an overview of the approved antennas.
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Permitted band of operation
2.4 GHz band 5.15 GHz ...
5.25 GHz band
Yes
Yes
5.725 GHz ...
5.825 GHz band
Yes
Antennas operating with this
device model:
BAT-ANT-RSMA-2AGN-R
Description
942 110001
BAT-ANT-N-3AGN-IP67
Omnidirectional
antenna for
2.4 GHz band and
5 GHz band
Yes
Yes
Yes
943 981012
BAT-ANT-N-MiMoDB-5N-IP65
Omni-directional
Yes
dual-band antenna
for MiMo for the
2.4 GHz and 5 GHz
bands
Yes
Yes
Table 3:
This table applies exclusively to OpenBAT devices that are labeled as follows:
Contains Transmitter Module
FCC ID: U99EWLAN1
IC: 4019A-EWLAN1
942 046001
Omnidirectional
antenna for
2.4 GHz band and
5 GHz band
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16
Art.-No
943 981013
Antennas operating with this
device model:
BAT-ANT-N-MiMo5-9N-IP65
Description
Sectoral
MiMoantenna for
5 GHz band
Polarizationdiversity antenna
for 2.4 GHz band,
linear
Permitted band of operation
2.4 GHz band 5.15 GHz ...
5.25 GHz band
No
Yes
5.725 GHz ...
5.825 GHz band
Yes
Yes
No
943 981009
BAT-ANT-N-8G-DS-IP65
Table 3:
This table applies exclusively to OpenBAT devices that are labeled as follows:
Contains Transmitter Module
FCC ID: U99EWLAN1
IC: 4019A-EWLAN1
No
The use of antennas missing in this list is strictly prohibited. The required antenna impedance is 50 ohms.
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Art.-No
942 046-001
Antennas operating with
this device model:
BAT-ANT-RSMA-2AGN-R
942 110-001
BAT-ANT-N-3AGN-IP67
Omnidirectional
antenna for
2.4 GHz band and
5 GHz band
Yes
Yes
Yes
943 981-012
BAT-ANT-N-MiMoDB-5NIP65
Yes
Yes
943 981-013
BAT-ANT-N-MiMo5-9N-IP65
Omni-directional
Yes
dual-band antenna
for MiMo for the
2.4 GHz and 5 GHz
bands
Sectoral
No
MiMoantenna for
5 GHz band
Yes
Yes
Table 4:
Description
Permitted band of operation
2.4 GHz band 5.15 GHz ...
5.725 GHz ... 5.825
5.25 GHz band GHz band
Yes
Yes
Yes
Omnidirectional
antenna for
2.4 GHz band and
5 GHz band
This table applies exclusively to OpenBAT devices that are labeled as follows:
Contains Transmitter Module
FCC ID: U99EWLAN2
IC: 4019A-EWLAN2
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18
Art.-No
943 981-009
Antennas operating with
this device model:
BAT-ANT-N-8G-DS-IP65
943 981-014
BAT-ANT-N-MiMo-18N-IP65
Table 4:
Description
Polarizationdiversity antenna
for 2.4 GHz band,
linear
Permitted band of operation
2.4 GHz band 5.15 GHz ...
5.725 GHz ... 5.825
5.25 GHz band GHz band
Yes
No
No
Directional antenna No
for 5 GHz band with
18 dBi gain
No
Yes
This table applies exclusively to OpenBAT devices that are labeled as follows:
Contains Transmitter Module
FCC ID: U99EWLAN2
IC: 4019A-EWLAN2
The use of antennas missing in this list is strictly prohibited. The required antenna impedance is 50 ohms.
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4.1.2
Relevant for use in Japan:
The following table applies to OpenBAT variants with the characteristic
value JP (Japan) that are labeled as follows:
 "Contains MIC ID: 204-310014"
 "5GHz band: この製品は屋内においてのみ使用可能です "
Art.-No
942 110001
Antennas
operating
with this
device model:
BAT-ANT-N3AGN-IP67
Description
Permitted band of
operation
2.4 GHz
5 GHz
band
band
Omnidirectional
antenna for
2.4 GHz band and
5 GHz band
Ja
Ja
942 046001
BAT-ANTRSMA-2AGNR
Omnidirectional
antenna for
2.4 GHz band and
5 GHz band
Ja
Ja
943 981004
BAT-ANT-N6ABG-IP65
Hemispherical
Ja
antenna for
2.4 GHz band and 5
GHz band
Ja
943 981012
BAT-ANT-NMiMoDB-5NIP65
Ja
943 981009
BAT-ANT-N8G-DS-IP65
Omni-directional
Ja
dual-band antenna
for MiMo for the
2.4 GHz and 5 GHz
bands
PolarizationJa
diversity antenna
for 2.4 GHz band,
linear
943 981010
BAT-ANT-N9A-DS-IP65
Polarizationdiversity antenna
for 5 GHz band,
linear
Nein
Ja
943 981002
BAT-ANT-N6G-IP65
Omnidirectional
antenna for
2.4 GHz band
Ja
Nein
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Art.-No
943 981003
943 981013
Permitted band of
operation
2.4 GHz
5 GHz
band
band
Antennas
operating
with this
device model:
BAT-ANT-N5A-IP65
Description
Omnidirectional
antenna for
5 GHz band
Nein
Ja
BAT-ANT-NMiMo5-9NIP65
Sectoral
MiMoantenna for
5 GHz band
Nein
Ja
Using antennas that are not on this list is prohibited. The 5 GHz band is
restricted to indoor usage.
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4.2
Omni-Directional Antennas
4.2.1
Omni-Directional Antenna for 2.4 GHz band
 BAT-ANT-N-6G-IP65
Order Number: 943 981-002
Radiation Pattern
Horizontal 2,400 MHz
Vertical 2,400 MHz
-90
0
-120
-60
-150
-30
180
-40
-30
-20
-10
150
0
30
120
60
90
Frequency range
Gain
VSWR (voltage standing wave ratio)
Polarization
HPBW (half power bandwidth)
Downtilt
Max. Power
Impedance
Connector
Table 5:
30
-30
60
0
-60
90
-40
-30
-20
-10
120
0
-90
-120
150
-150
180
2400 MHz ... 2500 MHz
6.0 dBi
< 1.8
Linear, vertical
horizontal 360°
0°
25 W
50 Ω
N female
Electrical Specification
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Temperature
Radome color
Radome material
Weight
Dimensions
Protection class
Table 6:
−40 °F ... 176 °F (−40 °C ... +80 °C)
Grey-white
Fiber glass
0.75 lb (0.34 kg)
ø 0.87 in × 9.84 in (ø 22 mm × 250 mm)
IP65
Environmental & Mechanical Characteristics
3.28 ft (1 m ) with N male connectors at both ends.
Pigtail, R-SMA male to N female
Mounting material
Table 7:
Cable and Accessories
4.2.2
Omnidirectional antenna for 5 GHz band
 BAT-ANT-N-5A-IP65
Order Number: 943 981-003
Radiation Pattern
horizontal 5470 MHz
vertical 5470 MHz
0
-90
-120
-150
-40
-30
-20
-10
150
0
30
120
60
90
30
-60
-30
180
22
-30
-60
0
60
-90
-40
-30
-20
-10
-120
0
90
120
-150
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Frequency range
Gain
VSWR (voltage standing wave ratio)
Polarization
HPBW (half power bandwidth)
HPBW (half power bandwidth)
Max. Power
Impedance
Connector
Table 8:
Electrical Specification
Temperature
Radome color
Radome material
Weight
Dimensions
Protection class
Table 9:
5150 MHz ... 5875 MHz
5 dBi
1.5
Linear, vertical
horizontal 360°
vertical 25°
6W
50 Ω
N female
−49 °F ... +158 °F (−45 °C ... +70 °C)
Grey-white
Polypropylene
0.66 lb (0.3 kg)
0.63 in. × 6.30 in. (16 mm × 160 mm)
IP65
Environmental & Mechanical Characteristics
3.28 ft (1 m ) with N male connectors at both ends.
Pigtail, R-SMA male to N female
Mounting material
Table 10: Cable and Accessories
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4.2.3
Omnidirectional Antenna for 2.4 and 5 GHz band
 BAT-ANT-N-3AGN-IP67
Order number: 942 110-001 (10 pcs.)
mm
inch
Ø 12.9
Ø 0.50
80 ±2
3.15 ±0.08
Ø 12.9
Ø 0.50
Ø 20
Ø 0.79
Radiation Pattern
horizontal
2.4 GHz
horizontal
5 GHz
90
10
120
90
H_Plane
2400
2450
2500
60
0
30
150
-10
180
0
330
210
30
150
-30
180
0
-10
330
210
0
240
300
270
24
0
-20
0
10
H_Plane
5150
5250
5350
5450
5550
5650
5750
5850
60
-20
-20
-10
120
-10
-20
-30
10
10
240
300
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vertical
2.4 GHz
vertical
5 GHz
90
10
120
90
0
180
-30
0
180
0
-20
-10
330
210
0
10
30
-20
-20
-10
E_Plane
5150
5250
5350
5450
5550
5650
5750
5850
60
150
-10
-20
-30
120
0
30
150
-10
10
E_Plane
2400
2450
2500
60
330
210
0
240
300
10
240
270
Frequency range
Gain
VSWR (voltage standing wave
ratio)
Polarization
HPBW (half power bandwidth)
HPBW (half power bandwidth)
Max. Power
Impedance
Connector
300
270
2400 MHz ... 2485 MHz
2.0 dBi
≤2.0
Linear, vertical
horizontal 360°
vertical 30°
2W
50 Ω
N-type male
5150 MHz ... 5850 MHz
2.0 dBi
vertical 15°
Table 11: Electrical Specification
Temperature
Radome color
Radome material
Weight
Dimensions
Protection class
−40 °F ... +185 °F (−40 °C ... +85 °C)
Black
PC
1.23 oz (35 g)
0.79 in. × 3.15 in. (20 mm × 80 mm)
IP65 / IP67
Table 12: Environmental & Mechanical Characteristics
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 BAT-ANT-N-3AGN-F
Order Number: 942 047-001 (10 pcs.)
The antenna is supplied with all BAT-F and BAT-C devices.
183
7.2
mm
inch
22
0.87
The antenna is directly screwed on the BAT.
Radiation Pattern
Horizontal 2,400 MHz
26
Horizontal 5,000 MHz
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Vertical 2,400 MHz
Vertical 5,000 MHz
Frequency range
Gain
VSWR (voltage standing wave
ratio)
Polarization
2400 MHz - 2500 MHz
2.5 dBi
2.0
Linear, vertical
HPBW (half power bandwidth)
horizontal 360°
HPBW (half power bandwidth)
Max. Power
vertical 30°
2W
Impedance
50 Ω
Connector
N-type male
5150 MHz ... 5875 MHz
5.0 dBi
vertical 15°
Table 13: Electrical Specification
Temperature
Radome color
Radome material
Weight
Dimensions
Protection class
−40 °F ... +158 °F (−40 °C ... +70 °C)
Grey-white
ABS
2.47 oz (70 g)
22 mm x 183 mm (0.87 in x 7.20 in)
IP65
Table 14: Environmental & Mechanical Characteristics
Note: The antenna BAT-ANT-N-3AGN-F is specified solely for usage with
the WLAN Client BAT-C in the regions EU, USA and Canada.
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 BAT-ANT-RSMA-2AGN-R
Order Number: 942 046-001 (10 pcs.)
159.8 ± 2
90
°
Radiation Pattern
horizontal 2450 MHz
vertical 2450 MHz
horizontal 5250 MHz
vertical 5250 MHz
28
30.2
1.19
Ø 12.5
Ø 0.49
6.29 ± 0.08
mm
inch
21.2
0.83
BAT Antenna Guide BAT
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horizontal 5750 MHz
Frequency range
Gain
VSWR (voltage standing wave
ratio)
Polarization
HPBW (half power bandwidth)
HPBW (half power bandwidth)
Impedance
Connector
vertical 5750 MHz
2400 MHz
3 dBi
2.0
Linear, vertical
horizontal 360°
vertical 30°
50 Ω
Reverse-SMA male
5250 MHz and 5750 MHz
5 dBi
vertical 15°
Table 15: Electrical Specification
Temperature
Radome color
Radome material
Weight
Dimensions
−4 °F ... +149 °F (−20 °C ... +65 °C)
Black
PC/PU
0.92 oz (26 g)
0.83 in × 6.3 in (21 mm × 160 mm)
Table 16: Environmental & Mechanical Characteristics
BAT Antenna Guide BAT
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4.2.4
Omni-directional dual-band antennae for MiMo for the
2.4 GHz and 5 GHz bands
 BAT-ANT-N-MiMoDB-5N-IP65
Order Number: 943 981-012
Radiation Pattern
Horizontal 2,400 MHz
Vertical 2,400 MHz
port 1
port 2
port 3
180
150
-150
120
150
-30
-20
-10
60
-40
0
-60
30
-120
90
-90
-40
-150
120
-120
90
port 1
port 2
port 3
180
-30
-20
-10
60
-30
-90
0
-60
30
-30
0
horizontal 5470 MHz
vertical 5470 MHz
port 1
port 2
port 3
180
150
-150
120
-40
-30
-20
-10
60
0
-60
30
-30
0
30
150
-120
90
-90
port 1
port 2
port 3
180
-150
120
-120
90
-40
-30
-20
-10
60
0
-90
-60
30
-30
0
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Frequency range
Gain
VSWR (voltage standing wave ratio)
Polarization
HPBW (half power bandwidth)
Downtilt
Max. Power
Impedance
Connector
2400 MHz ... 2500 MHz
5150 MHz ... 5875 MHz
3.5 dBi / 5.5 dBi
1.8
3 × Linear, vertical
horizontal 360°
0°
2W
50 Ω
3 × N male at 3.28 ft (1 m) cable directly attached
Table 17: Electrical Specification
Temperature
Radome color
Radome material
Weight
Dimensions
Protection class
−40 °F ... 176 °F (−40 °C ... +80 °C)
7035 (Light Gray)
plastic
0.66 lb (0.3 kg)
12.2 in × 4.33 in × 1.57 in (310 mm × 110 mm
× 40 mm)
IP65
Table 18: Environmental & Mechanical Characteristics
3 × 3 ft (90 cm) directly mounted to the antenna with N male connectors
3 × Pigtail, R-SMA male to N female
Mounting material
Table 19: Cable and Accessories
4.2.5
Dual band Hemispherical Antenna for 2.4 and 5 GHz
band
 BAT-ANT-N-6ABG-IP65
Order Number: 943 981-004
Radiation Pattern
Horizontal 2,400 MHz
BAT Antenna Guide BAT
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Vertical 2,400 MHz
31
0
0
-30
30
-60
30
60
-90
-40
-30
-20
-10
-120
0
60
90
-60
90
120
-150
-30
-40
150
0
-90
-150
180
vertical 5470 MHz
0
0
-30
30
-60
30
60
-30
-20
-10
-120
0
120
-150
-10
-120
150
horizontal 5470 MHz
-40
-20
120
180
-90
-30
-30
60
90
-60
90
-40
-30
-20
-10
0
120
150
-120
150
180
-90
-150
180
17.7
0.7
mm
inch
Ø 4.5
8
Ø 0.1
70
2.7
6
Ø 43.92
Ø 1.73
Ø 86
Ø 3.39
42.89
1.69
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Frequency range
Impedance
VSWR (voltage standing wave ratio)
Polarization
Gain
3 dB beamwidth horizontal
3 dB beamwidth horizontal
Max. Power
2300 MHz ... 2500 MHz
4900 MHz ... 5935 MHz
50 Ω
1.8
Linear, vertical
6 dBi at 2.4 GHz
8 dBi at 5 GHz
at 2.4 GHz 360°
at 5 GHz 173°
75 W (CW) at 77 °F (25 °C)
Table 20: Electrical Specification
3.28 ft (1 m ) with N male connectors at both ends.
Pigtail, R-SMA male to N female
Table 21: Cable and Accessories
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4.3
Sector Antennas
4.3.1
Directional antenna for the 2.4 GHz band with 8 dBi
gain
 BAT-ANT-N-8G-DS-IP65
Order Number: 943 981-009
Radiation Pattern
Horizontal 2,400 MHz
Vertical 2,400 MHz
-90
90
-120
-60
-150
120
-30
180
-20
-10
-6
-3
150
0
150
0
30
120
60
60
90
30
180
-20
-10
-6
-3
-150
0
0
-30
-120
-60
-90
Table 22: Directional characteristic
Frequency range
Impedance
VSWR (voltage standing wave ratio)
Polarization
Gain
3 dB beamwidth horizontal
3 dB beamwidth vertical
Downtilt
Isolation between ports
Front to back ratio
2400 MHz ... 2485 MHz
50 Ω
1.5
dual linear, ± 45° slant
8 dBi
75°
70°
0°
25 dB
14 dB
Table 23: Electrical Specification
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Max. Power
Connector
10 W (CW) at 77 °F (25 °C)
2 × N female
Table 23: Electrical Specification
Dimensions
Weight
Radome material
Radome color
Operating temperature range
Storage temperature range
Windload
Protection class
3.98 in × 3.15 in × 1.38 in (101 mm × 80 mm
× 35 mm)
0.24 lb (0.11 kg)
LEXAN EXL 9330
RAL 7044 (silk gray)
−40 °F ... 176 °F (−40 °C ... +80 °C)
−40 °F ... 176 °F (−40 °C ... +80 °C)
3.37 lbf at 99 m/h (15 N at 160 km/h)
IP65
Table 24: Mechanical Properties
2 × 3.28 ft (1 m) with N male connectors at both ends
2 × Pigtail, R-SMA male to N female
Mounting material
Table 25: Cable and Accessories
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4.3.2
Polarization-diversity antenna for 5 GHz band, linear
 BAT-ANT-N-9A-DS-IP65
Order Number: 943 981-010
Radiation Pattern
horizontal 5470 MHz
vertical 5470 MHz
90
-90
-120
120
-60
-150
150
-30
180
-20
-10
-6
-3
150
0
0
30
120
60
30
180
-20
-6
-3
-150
0
0
-30
-120
60
-10
-60
-90
90
81
3.19
26.1
1.03
100
3.94
35
1.38
mm
inch
Frequency range
Impedance
5150 MHz ... 5925 MHz
50 Ω
Table 26: Electrical Specification
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BAT Antenna Guide BAT
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VSWR (voltage standing wave ratio)
Polarization
Gain
3 dB beamwidth horizontal
3 dB beamwidth vertical
Downtilt
Isolation between ports
Front to back ratio
Max. Power
Connector
2
dual linear, ± 45° slant
9 dBi
70°
60°
0°
20 dB
20 dB
10 W (CW) at 77 °F (25 °C)
2 × N female
Table 26: Electrical Specification
Dimensions
Weight
Housing material
Radome material
Radome material
Radome color
Operating temperature range
Storage temperature range
Windload
Protection class
3.98 in × 3.15 in × 1.38 in (101 mm × 80 mm
× 35 mm)
0.24 lb (0.11 kg)
ASA and aluminum
ASA
LEXAN EXL 9330
RAL 7044 (silk gray)
−40 °F ... 176 °F (−40 °C ... +80 °C)
−40 °F ... 176 °F (−40 °C ... +80 °C)
3.37 lbf at 99 m/h (15 N at 160 km/h)
IP65
Table 27: Mechanical Properties
2 × 3.28 ft (1 m) with N male connectors at both ends
2 × Pigtail, R-SMA male to N female
Mounting material
Table 28: Cable and Accessories
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4.3.3
Sectoral MiMoantenna for 5 GHz band
 BAT-ANT-N-MiMo5-9N-IP65
Order Number: 943 981-013
Radiation Pattern
horizontal – connection 1
vertical – connection 1
-90
90
-120
-60
-150
120
-30
180
-40
-30
-20
-10
150
0
150
0
30
120
30
180
-40
60
0
-60
vertical – connection 2
90
-60
-150
120
-30
-30
-20
-10
150
38
0
-30
-90
0
30
60
90
-10
-90
-120
120
-20
-120
horizontal – connection 2
-40
-30
-150
90
180
60
60
150
0
30
180
-40
-30
-20
-10
-150
0
0
-30
-120
-60
-90
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horizontal – connection 3
vertical – connection 3
-90
90
-120
-60
-150
120
-30
180
-40
-30
-20
-10
150
0
150
0
30
120
60
180
-40
-30
-20
-10
-150
60
0
0
-30
-120
90
Frequency range
Impedance
VSWR (voltage standing wave ratio)
Polarization
Gain
3 dB beamwidth horizontal
3 dB beamwidth vertical
Downtilt
Max. Power
Connector
30
-60
-90
5150 MHz ... 5875 MHz
50 Ω
1.5
3 × linear vertical / horizontal / +45°
9 dBi
65°
65°
0°
2 W (CW) at 77 °F (25 °C)
N female
Table 29: Electrical Specification
Dimensions
Weight
Radome material
Radome color
Operating temperature range
Storage temperature range
Windload
Protection class
3.98 in × 3.15 in × 1.38 in (101 mm × 80 mm
× 35 mm)
0.24 lb (0.11 kg)
LEXAN EXL 9330
RAL 7044 (silk gray)
−40 °F ... 176 °F (−40 °C ... +80 °C)
−40 °F ... 176 °F (−40 °C ... +80 °C)
3.37 lbf at 99 m/h (15 N at 160 km/h)
IP65
Table 30: Mechanical Properties
3 × 3.28 ft (1 m) with N male connectors at both ends
3 × Pigtail, R-SMA male to N female
Mounting material
Table 31: Cable and Accessories
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4.4
Directional Antennas
4.4.1
Directional antenna for the 2.4 GHz band with 14 dBi
gain
 BAT-ANT-N-14G-IP23
Order Number: 943 981-005
Radiation Pattern
Horizontal 2,400 MHz
Vertical 2,400 MHz
-90
90
-120
-60
-150
-30
180
-20
-10
-6
-3
150
0
30
120
60
90
40
120
60
150
0
30
180
-20
-10
-6
-3
-150
0
0
-30
-120
-60
-90
BAT Antenna Guide BAT
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4,3
0,17
200
7,87
222,01
8,74
mm
inch
200
7,87
40
1,57
52,45
2,06
252,99
9,96
Frequency range
Impedance
VSWR (voltage standing wave ratio)
Polarization
Gain
3 dB beamwidth horizontal
3 dB beamwidth vertical
Downtilt
Front to back ratio
Max. Power
Connector
2300 MHz ... 2500 MHz
50 Ω
1.5
vertical
14 dBi
35°
30°
0°
20 dB
75 W (CW) at 77 °F (25 °C)
N female
Table 32: Electrical Specification
Dimensions
Weight
Radome material
Radome color
Operating temperature range
Storage temperature range
Windload
Protection class
3.98 in × 3.15 in × 1.38 in (101 mm × 80 mm
× 35 mm)
0.24 lb (0.11 kg)
LEXAN EXL 9330
RAL 7044 (silk gray)
−40 °F ... 176 °F (−40 °C ... +80 °C)
−40 °F ... 176 °F (−40 °C ... +80 °C)
3.37 lbf at 99 m/h (15 N at 160 km/h)
IP23
Table 33: Mechanical Properties
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3.28 ft (1 m ) with N male connectors at both ends.
Pigtail, R-SMA male to N female
Mounting material
Table 34: Cable and Accessories
Note: Applies for use in the EU: If you use the antenna BAT-ANT-N-14GIP23 in combination with OpenBAT family devices, use the supplied 1 m
(3.28ft) antenna cable in combination with BAT-CLB-2 N m-f cable.
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4.4.2
Directional antenna for 5 GHz band with 18 dBi gain
 BAT-ANT-N-18A-V-IP65
Order Number: 943 981-006
Due to their compact design, several of these antennas can be mounted
on a single post. For better separation of the spatial streams with MiMo,
you mount the antennas with different alignments (polarizations).
Example:
1st antenna: vertical
2nd antenna: horizontal
3rd antenna: 45° horizontal
Radiation Pattern
horizontal 5470 MHz
vertical 5470 MHz
-90
90
-120
-60
-150
120
-30
180
-20
-10
-6
-3
150
0
150
0
30
120
60
60
90
Frequency range
Gain
30
180
-20
-10
-6
-3
-150
0
0
-30
-120
-60
-90
5150 MHz ... 5250 MHz
5250 MHz ... 5350 MHz
5350 MHz ... 5725 MHz
5725 MHz ... 5875 MHz
18 dBi
19 dBi
18.5 dBi
18 dBi
Table 35: Electrical Specification
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Polarization
HPBW / horizontal
HPBW / vertical
Front to back ratio
Power handling
Impedance
Connector
Linear, vertical
18°
18°
> 30 dB
6 W (CW)
50 Ω
N Jack
Table 35: Electrical Specification
Windload @ wind speed
Temperature
Radome material
Radome color
Weight
Dimensions
Protection class
23.4 lbf at 64 m/h (104 N at 216 km/h)
−49 °F ... +158 °F (−45 °C ... +70 °C)
plastic
7035 (Light Gray)
0.11 kg, 0.24 lb
7.48 in × 7.48 in × 1.2 in (190 mm × 190 mm
× 30.5 mm)
IP65 / IP67
Table 36: Environmental & Mechanical Characteristics
3.28 ft (1 m ) with N male connectors at both ends.
Pigtail, R-SMA male to N female
Mounting material
Table 37: Cable and Accessories
 BAT-ANT-N-23A-V-IP65
Order Number: 943 981-007
Relevant for North America:
Operate the antennas BAT-ANT-N-23A-V-IP65 and BAT-ANT-N-23AVH-IP65 exclusively in point-to-point connections.
Due to their compact design, several of these antennas can be mounted
on a single post. For better separation of the spatial streams with MiMo,
you mount the antennas with different alignments (polarizations).
Example:
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1st antenna: vertical
2nd antenna: horizontal
3rd antenna: 45° horizontal
Radiation Pattern
horizontal 5470 MHz
vertical 5470 MHz
90
-90
-120
120
-60
-150
150
-30
180
-20
-10
-6
-3
150
0
0
30
120
60
60
30
180
-20
Gain
VSWR (voltage standing wave ratio)
Polarization
HPBW / horizontal
HPBW / vertical
Front to back ratio
Max. Power
Impedance
Connector
-6
-3
-150
0
0
-30
-120
-60
-90
90
Frequency range
-10
5150 MHz ... 5350 MHz
5470 MHz ... 5875 MHz
23 dBi
< 1.5
Linear, vertical
9°
9°
> 30 dB
6W
50 Ω
N Jack
Table 38: Electrical Specification
Windload @ wind speed
Temperature
Radome material
Radome color
Weight
Dimensions
Protection class
59.3 lbf at 136 m/h (264N at 220 km/h)
−49 °F ... +158 °F (−45 °C ... +70 °C)
plastic
Grey-white
3.31 lb (1.5 kg)
12.01 in × 12.01 in × 0.98 in (305 mm × 305 mm
× 25 mm)
IP65 / IP67
Table 39: Environmental & Mechanical Characteristics
BAT Antenna Guide BAT
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3.28 ft (1 m ) with N male connectors at both ends.
Pigtail, R-SMA male to N female
Mounting material for wall and mast mount
Table 40: Cable and Accessories
4.4.3
Directional antenna for 5 GHz band with a gain of
23 dBi
 BAT-ANT-N-23A-VH-IP65
Order Number: 943 981-008
Radiation Pattern
Connection: horizontal / polarization: horizontal Connection: horizontal / polarization: vertical
(5,470 MHz)
(5,470 MHz)
-90
90
-120
-60
-150
-30
180
-20
-10
-6
-3
150
0
30
120
60
90
46
120
60
150
0
30
180
-20
-10
-6
-3
-150
0
0
-30
-120
-60
-90
BAT Antenna Guide BAT
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Connection: vertical / polarization: horizontal
(5,470 MHz)
Connection: vertical / polarization: vertical
(5,470 MHz)
-90
90
-120
-60
-150
120
-30
180
-20
-10
-6
-3
150
0
150
0
30
120
60
30
180
-20
-6
-3
-150
60
0
0
-30
-120
90
Frequency range
Gain
VSWR (voltage standing wave ratio)
Polarization
HPBW / horizontal
HPBW / vertical
Front to back ratio
Max. Power
Impedance
Connector
-10
-60
-90
5150 MHz ... 5875 MHz
23 dBi
< 1.7
dual Linear, vertical and horizontal
9°
9°
−30 dB
6W
50 Ω
2 × N female
Table 41: Electrical Specification
Windload @ survival speed
Temperature
Radome material
Radome color
Weight
Dimensions
Protection class
59.3 lbf at 136 m/h (264N at 220 km/h)
−49 °F ... +158 °F (−45 °C ... +70 °C)
plastic
Grey-white
5.51 lb (2.5 kg)
14.61 in. × 14.61 in. × 1.57 in. (371 mm × 371 mm
× 40 mm)
IP65 / IP67
Table 42: Environmental & Mechanical Characteristics
2 × 3.28 ft (1 m) with N male connectors at both ends
2 × Pigtail, R-SMA male to N female
Mounting material for wall and mast mount
Table 43: Cable and Accessories
BAT Antenna Guide BAT
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4.4.4
Directional antenna for 5 GHz band with 18 dBi gain
 BAT-ANT-N-MiMo-18N-IP65
Order Number: 943 981-014
MiMo is achieved via polarization diversity.
Relevant for North America:
See “Legal regulations for operation external antennas” on page 14.
mm
14
0.55
66
2.60
inch
60.9
2.36
305
12.0
60.9
2.36
+45°
72.8
2.83
63.3
2.48
Radiation Pattern
5 GHz
horizontal - connection on the right (+45°)
48
15.5
0.59
–45°
vertical - connection on the right (+45°)
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Radiation Pattern
Radiation Pattern
Amplitude [dB]
Azimuth [deg]
Amplitude [dB]
-90
-120
90
120
-60
-150
150
-30
180
-20
-10
-6
-3
0
0
150
30
180
30
120
-20
-120
-3
0
0
-60
-90
Elevation [deg]
Horizontal-Plane: Copolar
Vertical-Plane: Copolar
horizontal - connection on the left (–45°)
vertical - connection on the left (–45°)
Radiation Pattern
Radiation Pattern
Amplitude [dB]
-90
-120
-60
-30
-20
-10
-6
-3
0
150
60
150
0
30
180
30
120
90
120
-150
-20
-10
-6
-3
-150
60
0
-60
-90
Elevation [deg]
Horizontal-Plane: Copolar
0
-30
-120
90
Vertical-Plane: Copolar
horizontal - vertical connection
vertical - vertical connection
Horizontal-Plane: Copolar
Radiation Pattern
Amplitude [dB]
Azimuth [deg]
-6
-30
60
180
-10
-150
90
Amplitude [dB]
Azimuth [deg]
60
Radiation Pattern
-90
-120
Amplitude [dB]
-60
90
120
-150
60
-30
150
180
-20
-10
-6
-3
150
0
30
120
Horizontal-Plane: Copolar
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0
180
-20
-10
-6
-3
-150
60
90
30
0
0
-30
-120
Elevation [deg]
-60
-90
Vertical-Plane: Copolar
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Band 1
Band 2
Frequency range 4900 MHz ... 5150 MHz 5150 MHz ... 6000 MHz
VSWR (voltage
1.8
1.8
standing wave
ratio)
Gain
17 dBi
18 dBi
HPBW / vertical
20°
Band 3
6000 MHz ... 6100 MHz
1.8
16 dBi
15°
Table 44: Electrical Specification
Polarization
Max. Power
Impedance
Connector
0°, +/−45° inclination
6W
50 Ω
N Jack
Table 45: General data
Windload @ survival speed
Temperature
Radome material
Radome color
Weight
Dimensions
Protection class
263 N at 136 m/h (263 N at 220 km/h)
−49 °F ... +158 °F (−45 °C ... +70 °C)
plastic
Grey-white
3.31 lb (1.5 kg)
12.01 in × 12.01 in × 0.59 in (305 mm × 305 mm
× 15 mm)
IP67
Table 46: Environmental & Mechanical Characteristics
3 × 3.28 ft (1 m) with N male connectors at both ends
3 × Pigtail, R-SMA male to N female
Mounting material for wall and mast mount
Table 47: Cable and Accessories
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Radiating Cable Antennas (Leaky Cable)
4.5.1
Leaky Cable for 2.4 GHz; black
Radiating cables are coaxial cables that are equipped with small slots in their
shields at regular intervals that operate as antennas. This leads to a
homogeneous field around the cable.
100 m; 328 ft
50 m; 164 ft
The 100 m (328 ft) cable is designed to be fed by 2 access points, each
feeding the cable for approximately 50 m (164 ft). The 50 m (164 ft) cable is
designed to be used with one Access Point and equipped with a terminator
at the end.
 BAT-ANT-N-LC-G-50m-IP65
Order Number: 943 981-001
Cable length
Cable specification
164 ft (50 m)
2 × N male connectors; 0.15 dB at 2.4 GHz
Table 48: Specification
Frequency band
Antenna connector
2000 MHz - 2900 MHz
N-type male
Table 49: Radio technology
Operating temperature
Storage/transport temperature
Dimensions
Protection class
Weight
−40 ºF ... +185 ºF (−40 ºC ... +85 ºC)
−70 ºC ... +85 ºC
164 ft (50 m); d = 0.6 in (15 mm)
IP65
26.5 lb (12 kg)
Table 50: Ambient conditions
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Halogen free and flame retardant outer sheath
Low corrosive gas emission according to IEC 60754-2
Flame retardant according to IEC 60332-1 and IEC 60332-3 cat. C
Low smoke emission according to IEC 61034
Table 51: Flammability Characteristics
Leaky Cable
2 × N-connector, preassembled
1 × terminating resistor 50 Ohm
50 × fastening clip
Table 52: Scope of delivery and accessories
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 BAT-ANT-N-LC-G-100m-IP65
Order Number: 943 981-101
Cable length
Cable specification
100 m, 328 ft
2 × N male connectors; 0.15 dB at 2.4 GHz
Table 53: Specification
Frequency band
Antenna connector
2000 MHz - 2900 MHz
N-type male
Table 54: Radio technology
Operating temperature
Storage/transport temperature
Dimensions
Protection class
Weight
−40 ºF ... +185 ºF (−40 ºC ... +85 ºC)
−70 ºC ... +85 ºC
328 ft (100 m); d = 0.6 in (15 mm)
IP65
53 lb (24 kg)
Table 55: Ambient conditions
Halogen free and flame retardant outer sheath
Low corrosive gas emission according to IEC 60754-2
Flame retardant according to IEC 60332-1 and IEC 60332-3 cat. C
Low smoke emission according to IEC 61034
Table 56: Flammability Characteristics
Leaky Cable
2 × N-connector, preassembled
1 × terminating resistor 50 Ohm
100 × fastening clip
Table 57: Scope of delivery and accessories
Configurations Longitudinal Attenuation
db/328 ft (dB/100 m)
LC at 4 in (10 cm) from a concrete floor
15
LC at 0.6 in (15 mm) from a metal surface 17
LC directly against a metal surface
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Table 58: Longitudinal attenuation of both cables between 2.4 and 2.485 GHz
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Figure 1: Mounting a leaky wave conductor in the tunnel. Fastening clips are
included in the delivery.
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Cables/Adapter
All antennas are supplied with 1 m cable / N-plug to N-jack and pigtail.
 BAT-CLB-2 N m-f, BAT-CLB-2 N f-f
Order Number:
m-m: 943 903-513
m-f: 943 903-514
Length
Diameter
Attenuation
Connector
Protection class
6.56 ft (2 m)
6 mm
1.4 dB / 2.4 GHz
3 dB / 5 GHz
N male to female
IP65
Table 59: Characteristics
Temperature range
Installation temperature range
Flammability
Halogen-free
2002/95/EC (RoHS) compliant
−40 ºF ... +185 ºF (−40 ºC ... +85 ºC)
−20 °C ... +60 °C
UL 1581 § 1080 (VW-1)
in compliance with IEC 60754
Table 60: Flammability Characteristics
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 BAT-CLB-5 N m-f
Order Number: 943 903-516
Length
Diameter
Attenuation
Connector
16.4 ft (5 m)
13 mm
1.3 dB / 2.4 GHz
2.3 dB / 5 GHz
N male/ N female
Table 61: Characteristics
Temperature range
Installation temperature range
Flammability
Halogen-free
2002/95/EC (RoHS) compliant
−40 ºF ... +185 ºF (−40 ºC ... +85 ºC)
−20 °C ... +60 °C
UL 1581 § 1080 (VW-1)
in compliance with IEC 60754
Table 62: Flammability Characteristics
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 BAT-CLB-15 N m-f
Order Number: 943 903-515
Length
Diameter
Attenuation
Connector
49,2 ft (15 m)
13 mm
3 dB / 2.4 GHz
4 dB / 5 GHz
N male/ N female
Table 63: Characteristics
Temperature range
Installation temperature range
Flammability
Halogen-free
2002/95/EC (RoHS) compliant
−40 ºF ... +185 ºF (−40 ºC ... +85 ºC)
−20 °C ... +60 °C
UL 1581 § 1080 (VW-1)
in compliance with IEC 60754
Table 64: Flammability Characteristics
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 BAT-Pigtail
Order Number: 943 903-360
Length
Diameter
Attenuation
Connector
0.66 ft (0.2 m)
6 mm
0.5 dB / 2.4 GHz
1 dB / 5 GHz
N female/ RPSMA-Plug
Table 65: Characteristics
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 BAT-ANT-Protector m-f
Order Number: 943 903-373
The BAT-ANT-Protector m-f is a bandpass with electrical insulation. It
helps prevent damage due to electrostatic discharging.
The BAT-ANT-Protector m-f can enable a watertight connection to the
switch cabinet.
This device is strongly recommended to be used in- and outdoor
wherever electrical discharge, overvoltage or unclear grounding occur.
Please refer to the Outdoor Installation Guide for how to mount and plan
the installation.
Main path connectors
Mounting and grounding
Side of bulkhead
Design specialty
Connection 1: N socket, protected (electrically
isolated)
Connection 2: N socket, unprotected
MH170/brk (MH=bulkhead mounting/brk=bracket)
protected side
inline design
Table 66: Product Configuration
Impedance
Frequency range
Return loss
Insertion loss
RF CW power
Surge current handling capability
Residual pulse energy
50 Ω
2000 MHz ... 6000 MHz
≥ 20 dB
≤ 0.2 dB
≤ 300 W
50 multiple kA (test pulse 8/20 μs)
0.0001 μJ typically (test pulse 4 kV 1.2/50 μs / 2 kA
8/20 μs) Main path - protected side
Table 67: Electrical Specification
Weight
Operating temperature
Waterproof degree
2002/95/EC (RoHS)
0.19 lb (0.085 kg)
−40 ºF ... +185 ºF (−40 ºC ... +85 ºC)
IP65 (according to IEC 60529, data refers to the
coupled state)
compliant
Table 68: Environmental & Mechanical Characteristics
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 BAT-LAN-Protector IP68
Order Number: 943 903-374
Overvoltage protector for the PoE/LAN cable.
Please refer to the Outdoor Installation Guide for how to mount and plan
the installation.
Main path connectors
Mounting
Grounding
RJ45 jack (female) – RJ45 jack (unprotected side –
protected side)
via mounting bracket
via mounting bracket or grounding M6 screw (ring of cable
shoe > 0.26 in (6.5 mm))
Table 69: Product Configuration
Data transmission
rate
Frequency range
Impedance
Current rating
Response Time
Current handling
capability
Protection level
Clamping voltage
1000 Mbit/s
DC to 100 MHz
100 Ω
per pair
2 ns
wire - wire
wire - ground
shield – ground
wire - wire
wire - ground
shield – ground
wire - wire
wire - ground
shield – ground
1.5 A max.
0.1 kA (test pulse 8/20 µs)
2.5 kA (test pulse 8/20 µs)
6 kA (test pulse 8/20 µs)
20 V typically (test pulse 4 kV 1.2/50 μs / 2 kA 8/20 µs)
700 V typically (test pulse 4 kV 1.2/50 μs / 2 kA 8/20 µs)
700 V typically (test pulse 4 kV 1.2/50 μs / 2 kA 8/20 µs)
15 V
90 V
90 V
Table 70: Electrical Specification
Cable category
Operating temperature
Protection class
Weight
according to ISO/IEC 11801:2002 class D specified (up to
CAT-5e system)
−40 ºF ... +185 ºF (−40 ºC ... +85 ºC)
IP68
0.73 lb (0.33 kg)
Table 71: Environmental & Mechanical Characteristics
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Explanation of passive
antennas in explosive hazard
areas
Hirschmann BAT antennas are passive devices which are not able to
increase the power by themselves.
Devices which are specified in accordance with the ATEX directive
complying with the technical standards EN 60079-0 and EN 60079-15 can
be operated with all associated Hirschmann BAT antennas. You recognize
the specified devices by their device label.
With the use of the prescribed device configuration, the 2 Watts maximum
power permitted for the ATEX equipment group IIC is not reached in the
following bands:
 2.4 GHz ... 2.4835 GHz
 5.15 GHz ... 5.35 GHz
 5.47 GHz ... 5.725 GHz
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Antenna diagrams
This chapter was produced with the generous support of
Huber+Suhner GmbH.
 Polarization and transmission
The following section explains the vertical and horizontal polarization:
 Vertical polarization
With vertical polarization, the electrical field runs perpendicular to the
earth’s surface. The magnetic field runs perpendicular to the electrical
field in transmission direction ‘z’ - that is, parallel to the earth’s surface.
x
z
y
Figure 2: Electrical field in transmission direction ‘z’
 Horizontal polarization
With horizontal polarization, the electrical field runs parallel to the
earth’s surface. The magnetic field runs perpendicular to the electrical
field in transmission direction ‘z’ - that is, perpendicular to the earth’s
surface.
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z
y
h
Figure 3: Electrical field in transmission direction ‘z’
 Interpreting antenna diagrams
The antenna diagrams used in this document show the directional
characteristic of the relevant antenna in horizontal and vertical crosssections.
When interpreting antenna diagrams, note the following:
 Antenna diagrams only specify relative outputs.
 The relative output of the antenna depends on the observed angle.
 The maximum output of an antenna is standardized to 0 dB in the
antenna diagram.
 Angles in the antenna diagram with 0 dB are known as main lobes.
 Angles in the antenna diagram with less than 0 dB are known as side
lobes.
 The antenna diagram does not tell you anything about the absolute
output of the antenna nor about the range of the antenna nor the
antenna gain.
The following is an example of an interpretation of antenna diagrams:
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Omni-directional antenna,
horizontal cross-section,
antenna viewed from above
Omni-directional antenna, vertical cross-section,
antenna viewed from the side
side lobe (~ -12 dB)
in all angles ca. 0 dB
side lobe (-10 dB)
0
30
-90
-120
-30
-60
60
-150
-60
-30
main lobe (0 dB)
180
-40
-30
-20
-10
0
90
-40
-30
-20
-10
120
150
0
-90
main lobe (0 dB)
0
-120
30
150
120
60
side lobe (~ -9 dB)
-150
180
side lobe (~ -11 dB)
90
Table 72: Interpreting antenna diagrams
 Decibels (dB)
The remaining output of an antenna at a specific angle is shown in
negative decibels (dB) on the antenna diagram.
See “Interpreting antenna diagrams” on page 64.
How do you interpret the negative decibel values on the antenna
diagram?
Definition dB: Q(P) = 10 × lg10 P1/P2 dB
The following table shows the attenuation in steps of −3 dB:
Attenuation in
decibels
−3
−6
−9
−12
Remaining output
1/2
1/4
1/8
1/16
In antenna diagrams, circles are used to display the attenuation – usually
in steps of 10:
Attenuation in
decibels
−10
−20
−30
−40
Remaining output
1/10
1/100
1/1000
1/10 000
Example:
The above antenna diagram shows the output at −30° as −10 decibels.
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See “Interpreting antenna diagrams” on page 64.
This means that the antenna transmits 1/10 of the maximum output at an
angle of −30°.
Example:
The above antenna diagram shows the output at 150° as −9 decibels.
See “Interpreting antenna diagrams” on page 64.
This means that the antenna transmits 1/8 of the maximum output at an
angle of 150°.
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Index
A
ATEX zone II
F
FAQ
R
Radiating cable
T
Technical Questions
Training Courses
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Further Support
 Technical Questions
For technical questions, please contact any Hirschmann dealer in your
area or Hirschmann directly.
You will find the addresses of our partners on the Internet at
http://www.hirschmann.com
Contact our support at
https://hirschmann-support.belden.eu.com
You can contact us
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