Flex Cable Antenna



Cracked coaxial cable

The 360 ° cable for distribution in environments that can not be covered by antennas or access points. It provides VHF, UHF, HiperLan 2.4 and 5GHz services in 802.11 a / b / g / n, DECT, GSM, UMTS. Highly flexible for any building conformation. Already finished, soldered and ready for use. And you choose the square footage!

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Distribution anywhere without shielding

The Townet cracked coaxial cable is optimal for covering environments where it is impossible or too expensive to distribute the signal via normal antennas or access points. The cable is omnidirectional and allows a uniform 360 ° coverage of the premises infrastructure, without shielding.

It covers the most difficult environments

Unlike conventional coaxial cables, with copper cover, the Flex Cable Townet has holes that allow the passage of the radio signal, which is amplified by repeaters so as to have continuity over the entire path. In this way, even the most difficult to reach areas, such as mines and underground tunnels, can be optimally covered. The cable can be used in a wide range of applications, between -40 ° C and + 85 ° C, which makes it perfect for both indoor and outdoor installations.

Ready to install

The cable is already terminated, welded and calibrated for use, through an antenna that, in addition to guaranteeing termination adapted to 50 Ohm, allows to extend the radiation spectrum at the end of the antenna. The product is measured and tested by Townet in terms of Insertion Loss and attenuation. Here are the available sizes:  

  • 15 MT FLEX CABLE Kit
  • 20 MT FLEX CABLE Kit
  • 25 MT FLEX CABLE Kit
  • 30 MT FLEX CABLE Kit
  • 35 MT FLEX CABLE kit
  • 40 MT FLEX CABLE Kit
  • 45 MT FLEX CABLE kit
  • 50 MT FLEX CABLE kit

Mounting accessories included. On request it is possible to supply an MSHA certified cable for mining applications.


Compatible with Townet products

The Townet slit cable can be used in combination with Townet products, but also with some MirkoTik routerboards:

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