Lititz, PA (November 21, 2011)—Clair, known primarily for its presence in the concert/event audio production world, has introduced a new product: the CF1090 wireless antenna.
Using fractal technologies, the circular polarized and reportedly orientation-insensitive antenna is said to perform over a wide band optimized for communications, wireless microphones and wireless monitoring systems.
Its small profile and all-black packaging is designed as such to allow it to blend into its environment. Meanwhile, its mounting technology allows it to be built into the performance space so as to ideally optimize antenna placement while staying out of camera shots and site lines.
The CF1090 can be used to both transmit and receive RF signals. Its ability to perform across a wide bandwidth (498-928 MHz) should allow it to be used with a diverse inventory of wireless gear.
Clair’s patented fractal technologies are said to allow the CF1090 to provide high gain across a wide coverage pattern while maintaining front to back gain differential, maximizing the rejection of unwanted signals not illuminated by the antenna power pattern.