868 MHz antenna - Ebyte TX868-JKD-20 with SMA connector


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Product number: blink239742
Product information "868 MHz antenna - Ebyte TX868-JKD-20 with SMA connector"
TX868-JKD-20 is a slighly bendable 868 MHz rubber antenna. The height of the antenna is 200 mm. With an SMA-J connector (SMA female thread and internal needle), it can be used for broadband communication systems, WLAN, mobile devices with a frequency of 868 MHz such as routers, AP, radio, smart TV, etc.
The antenna is compatible with the Ebyte CMT2300A 868/915MHz Breakoutboard, however the antenna is not suitable for the OpenDTU housing.

Technical Data

  • Frequency: 868 MHz
  • GHz Bandwidth: 848 - 888 MHz 
  • Gain: 3.0 dBi 
  • SWR (standing wave ratio): ≤ 1,5 
  • Polarisation: vertical 
  • Direction of radiation: omnidirectional 
  • Input impedance: 50 Ohm 
  • Power capacity: 20 W 
  • Material: TPEE 
  • Operating temperature: -40 °C ~ +85 °C 
  • Plug connection: SMA-J (SMA internal thread with internal needle) 
  • Dimensions: Length 200 mm; diameter 13 mm 
  • Colour: black 
  • Weight: 21 g
Target group: Grownup, Nerd

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