Airgain offers 6-in-1 and 5-in-1 antennas with GNSS, LTE, Wi-Fi

August 16, 2018  - By
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Airgain Inc. has released its Multimax FV 6-in-1 and 5-in-1 antennas.

The compact Multimax FV family is available in a range of configurations, supporting multi-constellation GNSS. The antennas also support up to dual MIMO LTE (including Band 14 for the FirstNet public safety network), 3×3 MIMO Wi-Fi or 2×2 MIMO Wi-Fi.

Airgain is a provider of advanced antenna technologies used to enable high-performance wireless networking across a broad range of devices and markets, including connected home, enterprise, automotive and internet of things.

With a small footprint and a strong, bolt-mount aluminum base, the Multimax FV family provides protection against natural hazards threatening vehicles, including vibration, ice, salt, car washes and tree sweeps.

In addition, the elegant shark-fin design allows fleet owners to add style to their vehicles without compromising performance.

The new products include high-gain antennas that deliver a larger cellular footprint alongside high rejection GNSS technology with coverage for multiple satellite systems including GPS, GLONASS, Galileo and BeiDou.

“Not only does reliable connectivity matter to fleet owners, but also aesthetics and the antenna form factor,” said Reed Pangborn, Airgain’s vice president of Channel Sales for North America. “Our new Multimax FV family is uniquely designed to deliver in each of these key areas. Owners can rely on our commitment to providing class-leading performance across cellular, Wi-Fi and GNSS as well as our industry-best reliability, but all built into a new, sleeker design that complements today’s fleet vehicles.”

The Multimax FV family of antennas can be ordered in either black or white and are available now.

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Tracy Cozzens has served as managing editor of GPS World magazine since 2006, and also is editor of GPS World’s sister website, Geospatial Solutions. She has worked in government, for non-profits, and in corporate communications, editing a variety of publications for audiences ranging from federal government contractors to teachers.

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