The Lumenier Micro AXII 5.8GHz Antenna is the next evolution of the world's most popular FPV antenna. The Micro AXII has the same incredible performance as the original AXII antenna, but now 1/2 the size and weight! Lumenier, in collaboration with renowned FPV antenna designer Hugo of TrueRC, brings you the smallest, lightest and best performing FPV antennas in the world. The Micro AXII antenna is an original design that features a new RF pathway technology (unique hybrid network) allowing it to be incredibly lightweight (1.6g) making it the smallest and lightest 5.8GHz CP antenna.
Even though the Micro AXII is both small and lightweight, it does not sacrifice on performance. In fact, it outperforms most other antennas in all categories. Precision engineering has given this antenna a near perfect Cross-Polar Rejection resulting in a true circularity. This means an RHCP Micro AXII antenna rejects nearly 100% of LHCP signals, giving you a crystal clear image free of multi-pathing noise. On top of that, the Micro AXII has a high max gain of 1.6dBic enabling better range and penetration. It has a wide bandwidth covering the popular FPV 5GHz band from 5.5GHz-6.0GHz, ensuring you have a clear and strong signal no matter which frequency you're on.
The Micro AXII is designed to be ultra durable and put up with the beatings FPV pilots put on their antennas. The entire antenna array is securely protected inside the injection molded outer casing. The outer shell case is made from an impact resistant polycarbonate material, and it is sealed shut to guard the antenna elements inside.
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- Gain: 1.6dbic
- Cross-Polar Rejection: -10 to -28dB (2.4%)
- Bandwidth: 5.5GHz-6.0GHz
- Radiation Efficiency: 98%
- SWR: <=1.5:1
- Weight: 2g
- Size: 12mm x 9mm
- Cable: Flexible RG178
- Cable Length: 30mm
- Connector: Straight MMCX
- Compatible with other styles of 5.8GHz LHCP antennas
- Left Hand Circular (LHCP)
- 1x Lumenier Micro AXII Shorty Straight MMCX 5.8GHz Antenna (LHCP)
Joshua Bardwell's overview on the Lumenier Micro AXII