The Lumenier AXII Quadro 5.8GHz Patch Antenna offers you the best performance you can get from a high gain antenna designed for long-range FPV. The Lumenier AXII Quadro features a custom 4x patch antenna network improving both efficiency and gain. This antenna has an incredible 14.7 dBiC gain for long-range flying and excellent penetration through objects compared to standard omnidirectional FPV antennas. It also features a best-in-class 95% efficiency (most patch antennas are below 75%), which means you get amazing performance. Additionally, the AXII Quadro has a 40 degree FOV (field of view) both horizontally and vertically, which is extremely wide for such a high gain antenna (most high gain antennas are below 30 degrees FOV). A wider FOV means you have more usable coverage in the direction the antenna is pointing.Lumenier, designed in collaboration with renowned FPV antenna designer Hugo of TrueRC, brings you the Lumenier AXII Quadro 5.8GHz Patch Antenna.
The Lumenier AXII Quadro Patch Antenna features ultra-thin active elements suspended above the reflectors, which allows for a higher velocity factor and lowers losses. This technology, along with precision manufacturing, results in a top-of-the-line receiving antenna. It works great on both video goggles or ground stations for 5.8GHz and is capable of receiving signals up to many miles away. The included 45° Adapter allows for a wider range of orientation for better reception.
Note: Choose Polarization - RHCP or LHCP.
To use these with DJI goggles or other RPSMA connectors please add an RPSMA adapter to your order.
Compact low-profile / light-weight design
Designed for goggles or base stations
Custom designed 4x patch antenna network
Wide 40-degree beam width (hor., vert.)
Incredible 95% efficient
High Gain - 14.7 dBiC
Dimensions: 90mm x 90mm x 14mm (24mm with SMA)
Right Hand or Left Hand Circularly Polarized (RHCP, LHCP versions)
FOV: 40° Horizontal/Vertical
Bandwidth: 220 Mhz
1x Lumenier AXII Quadro 5.8GHz Patch Antenna (Choose Polarization)
1x 45° SMA Adapter