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In which application should I use radiating cable?

Radiating Cable can allow you to use wireless application in complex areas where no line of sight is available (corridor with corners, AGV track…).You could also use it in very tight places (on rotating machine, replacing a slip ring for communication).

It would also help you covering large distances on crane application for example avoiding high power interferences. Coupled with our RLX2-IHNF radios, it would allow seamless communication on several hundreds of meters (<10ms roam time possible).

For further information, click here to read the radiating cable white paper “It’s not a cable, it’s an antenna!”