Wireless high gain antennas are extremely important when setting up point to point, point to multipoint bridge configurations or for extending the range and reliability of your wireless LAN (WLAN). Yagi, panel, patch, parabolic dish, backfire and sector antennas are all examples of directional antennas and with the exception of the sector antenna are made to increase the range of point to point bridging configurations. The sector antenna is normally used in point to multipoint wireless bridging configurations. The omnidirectional antennas are perfect for outdoor public access for WISPs, indoor and outdoor public hotspots and extending the range of wireless local area networks (WLAN).