An RD-5G34 is a model of Rocket Dish Antenna. The basic functionality can be compared with that of a radio’s antenna, except that it is used to transmit packets between a local Internet Service Provider and the nearest tower. While other rocket models usually support 2-5 GHz frequencies, the RD-5G34 supports a frequency of 5.1 – 5.8 GHz. This makes the transmission more filtered as well as reduces attenuation while sending signals over long distances. RD-5G34 is the most advanced of the Rocket Dish models and has quickly found a place in network towers.
It’s mechanical design helps it tackle high wind speeds up to 125mph. It protects the RD-5G34’s surface from weather anomalies. The feed equipment is safely concealed behind the dish to protect it from direct attacks of the weather.
An airFiber Antenna Conversion Kit is used in this model to convert the RD-5G34 Antenna into a slant polarity of 45 Degrees which can be further used in transmission. The RD-5G34 offers up to 34 dBi of gain which is notably the highest when compared to the other Rocket Dish Antennas.
When it comes to transmitting signals, it is important to make sure that there is no loss. RD-5G34 is thus modeled in such a way that signals can be directed to their respective destination. Alignment of the dishes is crucial and is measured by uptilt/downtilt. This will increase the chances of a signal match, hence providing the end user with a seamless transmission.
The RD-5G34 is custom designed to work harmoniously with Rocket base-stations. This naturally makes it convenient to work with and automatically makes it the first preference of network operators who wish to provide their users with high speed, un-attenuated data over long ranges wirelessly.