Why do I need RF ArmorWith class licensed bands becoming more and more congested, RF Armor is essential in minimising hostile interference from nearby radios and access points. As side-lobe gain is an inherent imperfection in antenna design, the heavy-gauge aluminium is designed to attenuate both inbound interference and outbound transmissions in all directions outside the central lobe. Even in clear spectrum RF Armor helps reduce thermal noise as well as protecting radio and antenna radomes from UV deterioration. Deployment of RF Armor is not only essential practice on any commercial and industrial application, but an expectation as part of the responsible use of class licensed (license-free) bands. RocketDish 30dBi with RF Armor providing 150Mbps backhaul link for Noosa Triathlon event. (Rocket Cover not shown). Easily assembled, constructed with marine-grade 316 aluminium. Kit comes with the ability to mount to a pipe via U-Bolt, or attach directly to a flat surface with screws eliminating the need for any other mounting hardware.