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Antenna Factor Press Release - April 14, 2010

Another Breakthrough from Antenna Factor -
Omnidirectional Antenna Design Increases Range

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Omnidirectional Antenna Design Increases RangeMerlin, Oregon -- April 14, 2010 --

Antenna Factor is pleased to announce the OM Series of gain antennas. These antennas are designed to increase the range and reliability of wireless links while maintaining an omnidirectional pattern around the circumference of the antenna. This characteristic allows for greater flexibility in the placement of system devices than is often found in typical gain antenna solutions. OM Series antennas also feature rugged, weatherized construction, making them well suited for both indoor and outdoor applications. The antenna includes complete mounting hardware for standard masts.

The standard antenna features 7dBi gain. Higher gain versions are available upon request.

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Antenna Factor
159 Ort Lane
Merlin, OR 97532
www.antennafactor.com
Phone: (541) 956-0931
Fax: (541) 471-6251






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