The Best Helium Antennas - 915 Mhz LoRa Antenna, 923 MHz LoRa & 868 MHz LoRa Antenna

Date: 27/12/2021

Helium is a decentralized, open wireless network built on a new blockchain for the physical world. It relies on a novel type of work called Proof of Coverage, and a new consensus algorithm (based on HoneyBadger BFT). The Helium Network is used to route data for long-range, lower power IoT devices that use Helium’s LongFi protocol. Helium's LoRaWAN Network is built upon 8-channel gateways.  (Source: Internet)

The significant helium network expansion in recent years has resulted in a massive increase in antenna supplies. 

Helium Hotspot antennas are quite useful because they allow multiple individuals to connect at the same time without affecting the connection speed. Our product line includes both durable outdoor antennas and indoor high-performance dipole antennas that are suitable for a variety of LoRa applications, including Helium hotspot support.

The following are the primary types of antennas that our company manufactures:

Indoor Antennas, often known as wi-fi antennas, resemble "rabbit ears" TV antennas and vary in size depending on how powerful they need to be. They normally have a modest gain.

Our indoor antennas can be found here:

Our main products are Outdoor antennas, which comes in a variety of designs and frequency bands, from 118 Mhz to 6.2 GHz

LoRa antenna which has long-range coverage while maximizing radio spectrum is made of Fiberglass Material, Omnidirectional polarization which operates in the 890-960MHz frequency for series 915MHz LoRa Antenna (US915 LoRa),  923MHz (AS923 LoRa Antenna) for Singapore, Malaysia, Taiwan...,  868MHz (EU868 LoRa Antenna) for EU market.

  • The UV-resistant fiberglass shell enables all-weather operation.
  • For lightning protection, it is made of copper elements and coupled to the DC ground potential.
  • Any type and length of cable can be terminated with a female N-Type connector / N-Male connector (Please contact us for details)

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