In a very simple way we show you how to make the slant in the NPGEN2, NPX, NPXGEN3 and NPTR, NPGEN2, NPX, NPXGEN3 and NPTR range antennas.
The importance of working with a 45° slant helps us to separate ourselves from the antennas that work with the 90° slant, so having a 45° polarisation avoids a conflict of signals or collisions with other antennas. As for the installation of the 45° slant, it should be a left turn in both antennas so that a "V" is left in both antennas.
To make the polarity or 90° installation of your NetPoint antenna you must rotate your dipole as shown in the diagram below.
We recommend that you start your alignment with 90° polarisation so that when you reach your best level you can proceed to make the turn on the dipole of the antennas. Once you have done this, find your best position to further optimise your signal levels.