Itasca, IL – July 28, 2016 – Using the popular slim radome originally designed for Mobile Mark’s LTB-301 cellular antenna, the BD-5900 provides a thin profile solution for Global DSRC and ITS. This antenna operates in the frequency range of 5.8-5.9 GHz with 13 dBi bi-directional gain. It has a maximum power of 10 Watts with less than 2 to 1 VSWR over range, and 50 OHM nominal impedance.
What makes the thinner design of the BD-5900 so versatile is that it can be surface mounted in a large variety of settings for DSRC and ITS applications. However, the small size of the antenna does not mean a compromise in performance or build quality.
The radome of the BD-5900 is made of a light grey UV inhibitive plastic, and the overall antenna measures at 7.5” long by 1.5” wide by 3.93” high. It is rated for operating at temperatures ranging from -40 degrees Celsius to +80 degrees Celsius, and also meets the IPx7 standard for Dust/Water Ingress.
The BD-5900 is supplied with a Direct N Jack connector interface, and two small 5/8” mounting studs on either side of the connector. These mounting studs are bolted onto a surface with hex nuts to provide an anti-rotational solution when mounting the antenna.
When a thinner design with high quality bi-directional performance is needed for specialized DSRC or ITS applications, Mobile Mark customers should look no further than the BD-5900.
About Mobile Mark, Inc.
Mobile Mark, Inc. designs and manufactures site, mobile, device, embedded and covert antennas for 137 MHz – 9 GHz. Applications include GPS Tracking & Fleet Management, Cellular GSM/CDMA, LTE, WiMAX, WiFi, RFID, Public Safety, Military and Machine-to-Machine (M2M). Engineering and custom design services are available. Mobile Mark’s global headquarters, which include a manufacturing plant and research facilities, are located near Chicago, IL. An additional manufacturing and sales facility is located near Birmingham, UK. Further information on Mobile Mark’s WiFi Antennas can be found on our website: www.mobilemark.com.