An LPDA (log-periodic dipole array) antenna is an assembly of dipole elements, with each element longer than the one in front of it, giving the antenna a triangular shape. Because it has many dipole elements of different lengths, an LPDA antenna can transmit and receive across the entire range of frequencies used by cellular carriers (617–4000 MHz).
Read more in our blog post , “What’s the difference between an LPDA antenna and a Yagi antenna?”
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