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Antenna

Antennas are indispensable on a wireless LAN (WLAN). Different applications pose different requirements on antennas. Huawei provides a full series of dedicated antennas for WLAN APs to meet customers' requirements for different applications. Huawei also provides a variety of installation modes to implement simple and fast antenna installations. These antennas are applicable to a wide range of outdoor or indoor usage scenarios.

Ceiling omnidirectional antenna

Rod-type omnidirectional antenna

Plate-type directional antenna

Pot-shaped directional antenna

Specifications

Antenna Model Lobe width Dimensions  Interface VSWR Weight
Horizontal Vertical
ANT2G03A1NM 360° N/A Φ186mm×85mm N-female 1.5 0.28kg
ANT2G11A1NR 360° Φ30mm×1100mm N-female 1.4 0.98kg
ANT2G08A1NR 360° 11.5° Φ29mm×720mm N-female 1.5 0.5kg
ANT2G08A1NP 360° 14° Φ38.5mm×630mm N-female 1.5 0.6kg
ANT2G07D1NR 88° 47° 210mm×180mm×44mm N-female 1.5 0.43kg
ANT2G12D2NR 60° 30° 250mm×155mm×60mm N-female×2 1.45 1kg
ANT2G15D1NR 120° 970mm×140mm×58mm N-female 1.5 4.5kg
ANT2G17D1NR 90° 970mm×140mm×58mm N-female 1.5 5kg
ANT5G11D2NR 60° 30° 230mm×145mm×55mm N-female×2 1.8 1.3kg
ANT2G14D1NR 110° 1140mm×114mm×54mm N-female 1.5 3.4kg
ANT5G15D1NR 100° 5.5° 547mm×250mm×18mm N-female 1.7 1.8kg
ANT5G19D2NR 15° 15° 250mm×250mm×25mm N-female×2 1.8 1.3kg
ANT2G17D2NR 65° 7.5° 875mm×176mm×63mm N-female×2 1.5 4.2kg
ANT5G23D2NR Φ400mm N-female×2 2 3kg
ANT5G28D2NR Φ600mm N-female×2 1.5 7kg
ANTDG0405A1NR 360° 25°/15° Φ25mm×250mm N-male 2 0.2kg

ANT2G03A1NR

360°

32°

280mm

N-Male

2

0.2kg

ANT5G05A1NR

360°

20°

280mm

N-Male

2

0.2kg

Wireless parameters

Antenna Model Band Scene Installation NO./AP Gain/dBi Coverage distance Polarization
ANT2G03A1NM 2.4GHz Indoor Ceiling Optional 3 dBi 60 m N/A
ANT2G07D1NR 2.4GHz Indoor Wall 1 7 dBi 80 m Vertical polarization
ANT2G08A1NR 2.4GHz Outdoor Pole 2 8 dBi 1000 m Vertical polarization
ANT2G08A1NP 2.4GHz Outdoor Pole 2 8 dBi 1000 m Vertical polarization
ANT2G11A1NR 2.4GHz Outdoor Pole 2 11 dBi 1500 m Vertical polarization
ANT2G14D1NR 2.4GHz Outdoor Pole 2 14.5 dBi 2000 m Vertical polarization
ANT2G15D1NR 2.4GHz Outdoor Pole 2 15.5 dBi 2500 m Vertical polarization
ANT2G17D1NR 2.4GHz Outdoor Pole 2 17 dBi 3000 m Vertical polarization
ANT5G15D1NR 5GHz Outdoor Pole 2 15 dBi 800 m Vertical polarization
Bridge 2000m
ANT2G12D2NR 2.4GHz Outdoor Pole 1 12 dBi 1500 m Cross Polarization
ANT2G17D2NR 2.4GHz Outdoor Pole 1 17 dBi 3000 m Cross Polarization
ANT5G11D2NR 5GHz Outdoor Pole 1 11.5 dBi 500 m Cross Polarization
Bridge 1000m
ANT5G19D2NR 5GHz Bridge Pole 1 19 dBi 5000 m Cross Polarization
ANT5G23D2NR 5GHz Bridge Pole 1 23 dBi 7000 m Cross Polarization
ANT5G28D2NR 5GHz Bridge Pole 1 28 dBi 10000 m Cross Polarization
ANTDG0405A1NR 2.4GHz Outdoor Direct Connect 6 4 dBi 500 m Vertical polarization
5GHz 5 dBi 200 m

ANT2G03A1NR

 2.4GHz

Outdoor

Direct connection

2

3 dBi

500m

Linear polarization

ANT5G05A1NR

 5GHz

Outdoor

Direct connection

2

5 dBi

200m

Linear polarization

The antennas are installed by one of the following methods: connected to APs by RF cables, mounted on the ceilings, mounted on the poles, mounted on the walls. Antennas can be installed indoors or outdoors. Antennas used in different scenarios have specific parameter specifications, and two important specifications are lobe width and gain. The lobe width determines the antenna's coverage range and the gain determines the antenna's coverage distance.




Antenna Pattern Scenario Antenna Type Antenna Feature
Omnidirectional antenna Omnidirectional horizontal coverage Indoor omnidirectional coverage scenarios, such as offices, lecture halls, and conference rooms Ceiling-mounted omnidirectional antenna Omnidirectional coverage and ceiling mounted
Whip antenna Easy to install on an AP
Built-in antenna Installed in an AP, eye-pleasant
Outdoor omnidirectional coverage scenarios, such as open areas, squares, and parks Pole-mounted omnidirectional antenna Omnidirectional coverage and pole mounted
Dual-band antenna Working at dual frequency bands, flexible usage
Directional antenna Directional coverage and high gain Indoor application scenarios, such as corridors and two inner walls Plate directional antenna High gain and directional coverage
Outdoor application scenarios, such as oil wells and open suburb, P2P and P2MP backhaul Plate directional antenna High gain and directional coverage
Plate cross-polarized antenna High gain and directional coverage; reducing the antenna quantity by half

Ceiling-mounted Omnidirectional Antenna

A ceiling-mounted omnidirectional antenna is mounted on the ceiling and connected to an AP by a cable. The antenna can provide omnidirectional indoor coverage and the antenna pattern is nearly a circle in the horizontal direction. The ceiling-mounted omnidirectional antenna applies to open offices, conference rooms, lecture halls, or outdoors. The required antenna quantity is determined by the network planning.


Pole-mounted Omnidirectional Antenna

A pole-mounted omnidirectional antenna is mounted on a pole and connected to an AP by a cable. The antenna can provide omnidirectional indoor coverage and the antenna pattern is nearly a circle in the horizontal direction. The pole-mounted omnidirectional antenna applies to outdoors, such as squares and parks.


Plate Directional Antenna

Directional antennas increase gains in the directions at which electromagnetic fields focus. Different from omnidirectional antennas, directional antennas form major lobes in certain directions with high gains, while other directions have low gains. Directional antennas apply to scenarios that require small coverage angles but long coverage distances. Typical scenarios include corridors in hospitals or airports, and oil wells. These antennas also apply to someP2P and P2MP backhaul scenarios.


Plate Cross-polarized Antenna

A plate cross-polarized antenna transmits signals through two channels at the same time to perform comparable functions of two stand-alone antennas. For example, a 2×2 MIMO AP needs only one cross-polarized antenna for one frequency band, but needs two common polarized antennas for the same frequency band. The cross-polarized antenna has two polarization ports: +45° and –45° polarization ports. The purchase and installation costs for cross-polarized antennas are low. As fewer antennas are used, antenna installation and layout are easier.



Dual-Band Antenna

Dual-band antennas work in both 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz frequency bands. APs supporting these two frequency bands need only one dual-band antenna. Dual-band antennas feature omnidirectional coverage and low gains, reducing the maximum power density while providing the same transmit power. Dual-band antennas apply to outdoor APs and are mainly sold to countries require CE/FCC certification.


Bridge Antenna

Different from other wireless relays, an AP bridge requires long-distance transmission and high throughput. Two outdoor high-gain antennas are connected to the APs far from each other to ensure high speed backhaul between them. An AP bridge must use 5 GHz antennas to establish transmission links.


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