Cambium Dual Polarised 5 GHz SP Parabolic Antenna, 0.9 metre
RDH4504B
RDH4504B
Globally Stocked (1-2 Weeks)

Cambium's RDH4504B is a high gain dual-polarised parabolic dish antenna manufactured by RadioWaves. The 0.9 metre (3 ft) diameter antenna provides a nominal peak gain of 32 dBi from 5250 to 5850 MHz, and capable of operation across the full 5 GHz band from 4900 to 6000 MHz with only a minor degradation in performance.

0.9 metre diameter antennas provide a tight beamwidth for use in long distance 5 GHz wireless links and can be used to provide high throughput data connections beyond 30 kilometres.

The SP Standard Performance Series by RadioWaves offers a full line of cost effective standard performance parabolic antennas engineered to deliver reliable radio links.

Designed for both unlicensed and licensed band applications, RadioWaves field-proven pre-assembled SP antennas and robust pole-mounts ensure “set and forget” installation with minimal post-installation maintenance.

This antenna is available by order only.

Recommended Use

RDH4504B has been selected by Cambium for pairing with its PTP 450i, 550, and 670 series 5 GHz point-to-point radios due to its known and reliable performance. To ensure PTP radios can be accurately diagnosed and supported, deviation from manufacturer specified antennas is not recommended.

RadioWaves provide a seven year manufacturer warranty.

Frequency Range [ ? ] 5250 to 5850 MHz
Compliance
Frequency Range [ ? ] 5250 to 5850 MHz
Gain, Low
32.0 dBi
Gain, Mid
32.5 dBi
Gain, High
33.0 dBi
Azimuth [ ? ] 4.20°
Elevation [ ? ] 4.20°
Return Loss [ ? ] -14 dB
F/B Ratio [ ? ]
> 40 dB
Inter-Port Isolation [ ? ]
Cross-Polar Isolation [ ? ]
XPD [ ? ]
> 30 dB
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Physical Specification

Operating Temperature-40 to 60 °C
Weight
15.8 kg
Construction
Dimensions
1400 x 1010 x 430 mm (incl. wooden crate)
Mounting
Ingress Protection
CAD Drawing
RDH4504B CAD Drawing

About the Supplier

Cambium Networks enables service providers; enterprises; governmental and military agencies; oil, gas and utility companies; Internet service providers; and public safety organizations to build powerful communications networks, reach users from 200 kilometers across mountain tops down to their devices, and intelligently manage their business Wi-Fi infrastructure through end-to-end network visibility and actionable analytics.