Understanding VEGA High Gain Antennas
VEGA High gain antennas are designed to concentrate their radiation into a narrow beam, thus focusing their energy at a given target area. This concentration of radiated energy has several advantages over standard wide beam panel antennas in both uplink and downlink performance.
Advantages of VEGA Antennas
Below, we have listed for you a few key advantages that VEGA high gain narrow beam antennas have over standard panel antennas.
Increased Signal Strength
1.1 The narrow beam of a VEGA high gain antenna means that the antenna’s power is concentrated in a specific direction, resulting in higher signal strength at the receiving end. This means you get improved downlink performance.
1.2 Due to its concentration of signal energy, a VEGA high gain antenna can transmit and receive signals over longer distances than wide beam antennas while their higher gain compensates for atmospheric attenuation.
Enhanced Signal Quality
1.3 Thanks to its narrow beam, a VEGA high gain antenna improves spatial selectivity, reducing the impact of unwanted signals (interferences) and noise, resulting in a far better signal/(noise + interference) ratio. Up-link signal quality, data rate, and operating range are thus enhanced.
1.4 The narrow beam of a VEGA high gain antenna reduces interference from adjacent sectors. Better isolation is provided, thus minimizing signal overlap or collision.
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