AX SERIES OMNI DIRECTIONAL HIGH GAIN ANTENNA

“Since Axxess Marine replaced our antenna, the speed has doubled and the connection is consistent. The service is outstanding!
Rémon Tromp, IT AV Engineer
MY Hermitage

 

AX 50 AL

AX 100 AL

AX 200 AL

The AX Omni Directional High Gain Antenna series covers digital, analog and PCS cell bands in 3 different sizes: 0.5m, 1m, 2m radome.
The AX Omni Directional High Gain Antennas are lab built. All electrical connections are hand soldered and gold plated for reliability, minimizing loss and preventing corrosion.
Internal architecture of the antennas is proprietary in design, specially developed for the marine industry by a team of scientists who design and build antennas for NASA. Two years of research and performance testing has resulted in an Antenna series whose range and game-changing performance are unlike any other antenna on the market.


AX 50 AL

50cm Omni directional high gain antenna
  • aluminum base and top
  • Screws, L-Key, Silicone
  • Available in white: W AL
  • Available in stainless: W SS

AX 200 AL

200CM Omni Directional High Gain Antenna
  • aluminum base and top
  • Screws, L-Key, Silicone
  • Available in white: W AL
  • Available in stainless: W SS

Radiation: Omni Directional
Gain: AX 50 7-8 dBi AX 100 9-10 dBi AX 200 11-13 dBi
Bandwidth:VSRW 1:2:1 = 695-3000 mhz
Impedance:50 Ohms
Max Out Power:50 Watt
Weight:AX 50 4.2 kg AX 100 4.6 kg AX 200 5.0
RF Connector: Type N Female
Elements: Gold plated-copper
Polarization:Vertical
Wind Rating:120 Mph
Warranty: 5 years

“We have 4 super-duper 4G antennas mounted now and they are looking quite sharp up there on the ‘smiley’.  Further, we’re very happy with the performance; coverage and signal strength very good! 
Josh Vincent 1st ETO M/Y A

“Recently, we upgraded some of our hardware, in particularly, our main cellular router (PEPWAVE MAX HD2) and external cellular antenna (AX Omni Antenna). And after doing so we have seen our download speeds increase by as much as 35% to 40% depending on where we are. This increase is substantial considering that we constantly have twelve (12) guests and eight (8) crew online at any given time.
Jason Burden, Engineer M/Y Chiqui