Our range of Wi-Fi antennas is shown below. In cases where Wi-Fi communication occurs between the on-board PC/router and other devices which are inside the same vehicle (such as a router providing Wi-Fi hotspot services to passengers on a bus), direct-connect antennas are normally suitable.
However, when Wi-Fi communication occurs between the on-board PC/router and devices which are outside the vehicle (e.g. a router providing a Wi-Fi hotspot to a service engineer's laptop which is outside their van, or a PC connecting to a depot-based Wi-Fi access point) then we recommend using roof-mounted antennas - or, failing that, internal glass-mounted antennas.
All our Wi-Fi equipped PCs, and all our Wi-Fi routers except the GX450, require two Wi-Fi antennas, in order to support MIMO technology. Using only a single antenna will result in reduced performance.
Many of our combi antennas feature single or dual Wi-Fi antennas, in addition to 4G and/or GPS, all in a single housing. The J-E4RH (Roof-mount) and J-E4MH (Magnetic-mount) cellular antennas can also be used as high-performance 2.4 GHz Wi-Fi antennas.