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As the B210 only outputs about 100mW, power is not a consideration.
Other than that, you have listet all the parameters you'll have to
consider, ie. target frequency (taking into account acceptable
attenuation in the cabling) and bandwidth. That, together with SMA
connectors on the B210 end and 50Ohm impedance completely defines
your needs in cabling. As everywhere in engineering, there's a
effort/cost vs quality consideration to be made; cabling that has
low attenuation up to 6GHz is a bit more costly, and it really
depends on your power needs whether you can buy the cheaper,
I don't know what your application looks like, so I can't really
tell you what you're looking for in an antenna. Is it directivity?
Or maybe the opposite? What about efficiency needs? Mechanical
stability? Protection against rain, storm, hail, lightning, birds,
<div class="moz-cite-prefix">On 28.10.2014 07:34, Soumen Banerjee
via USRP-users wrote:<br>
I have a B210 with one VERT2450 antenna. For my application, I need to have
two antennae separated by a baseline. To achieve this, I need to buy some
more antennae and some RF cable. What parameters do I need to consider when
buying these? I plan to work in the 5.7-5.8GHz ISM band.
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