For communications over a medium distance of three to five miles between two places, a Yagi antenna is employed. In order to link clients to an access point, it can also be utilised as a bridge antenna. This phrase is sometimes referred to as a patch antenna or a Yagi-Uda array.
A Yagi-Uda antenna, often known as a Yagi antenna, is a directional antenna that consists of two or more parallel resonant antenna elements in an end-fire array.
The Yagi antenna is most sensitive to incoming electromagnetic field energy arriving from the same direction that the electromagnetic field energy is travelling from the driven element towards the director(s). A Yagi’s forward gain and return increase with the number of directors it has.
The Global Yagi antenna market accounted for $XX Billion in 2022 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2023 to 2030.
The Railway Sector’s New Yagi Antenna The product portfolio for HUBER+SUHNER’s CBTC (Communication-Based Train Control) is now being expanded by the SENCITY SPOT-M Yagi antenna. This WiFi antenna was created specifically to meet the needs of CBTC systems in terms of the market and specific applications.
HUBER+SUHNER introduces the SENCITY SPOT-M Yagi antenna, an antenna that complies with prEN 45545-2’s fire safety regulations and is intended for installation in tunnels and along railway tracks. The directional, linearly-polarised antenna complies with EN50125-3 railway-specific environmental criteria and operates in the 2.4 GHz band (IEEE 802.11 b/g).
CBTC systems are becoming more significant in the railway industry as a result of rising consumer demands for safe and effective rail travel. By reducing headways and enhancing line capacity through electronic data transmission between the train and trackside equipment, CBTC systems help meet these rising consumer demands.
CBTC also provides a higher level of safety. In addition to trackside antennas, HUBER+SUHNER also provides a comprehensive range of products for the quickly expanding market of CBTC applications, such as roof-top antennas with corresponding radio-frequency components and fibre optic cables.
There are numerous installation options for the enclosed, three-way adjustable antenna bracket on masts, (curved) walls and ceilings. High levels of corrosion resistance are guaranteed by a specific coating on the bracket and the material selection for the antenna parts.
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