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multipoint antennas are typically focused or pointed to the base Omni
antenna to complete the signal links. Mobile applications typically use Omni
antennas to receive/send by establishing a link to the signal source antenna...
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Antennas are simply lengths of conductive metal that radiate radio signals into the air. Most common antennas are designed to be one-quarter, sometimes one-half, and the wavelength of the radio signal...
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