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What are the omnidirectional antennas used for?
The omnidirectional antennasthey are used in different ways in the omnidireccional as multiple industrial applications and different applications in the sector. Depending on theomnidirectional antennasThey have different uses. As common uses that include PCS or cellular networks. Also mobile radio applications, base stations or GPS systems.
The omnidireccionalare a wireless transmitting or receiving antenna that radiates or intercepts radiofrequency electromagnetic fields equally well in all horizontal directions in a flat two-dimensional geometric plane. Omnidirectional antennas are used in most wireless RF devices for consumers, including cell phones and wireless routers.
Theoretically, a vertically oriented straight conductor, such as a dipole antenna that measures no more than 1/2 end-to-end wavelength, always exhibits properties of the omnidireccional in a horizontal plane (azimuth). Multiple vertical collinear dipoles (in line) also exhibit omnidirectional behavior in the azimuthal plane; They can offer improved performance in a single dipole in some applications. If the driver’s axis is not oriented vertically, then the antenna radiates and receives the same well in all directions in the plane through which the driver passes at right angles. However, this ideal state of affairs exists only in the absence of obstructions or other nearby conductive objects. In practice, surrounding objects (such as the user of a cell phone or a computer next to a wireless router) distort the pattern of radiation and reception. [/ Fusion_toggle]