New Small-Angle 33 degree and 45 degree Antennas with stable and High Gain

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ByAbhiemanyu Pandit 0

New Small-Angle 33 degree and 45 degree Antennas with stable and High Gain

KP Performance Antennas launched new 33° & 45° ProLine Small-Angle antennas that provides stable, high gain, interference mitigation with excellent azimuth and elevation side-lobe suppression. This makes it ideal for wireless internet service provider (WISP) applications such as base stations access point antennas. ProLine Antennas comes with ease and customization of installation with included brackets and hoisting hook.

 

The ProLine antennas features high noise reduction with its high front-to-back ratios and small side-lobes. The 2 or 4 ports and a frequency range of 2300-2700 MHz or 4900-5900 MHz makes it ideal for frequency-reuse and LTE deployments in the 2GHz band.

 

The features of 33-degree and 45-degree sector antennas are:

  • 33° or 45° azimuth beamwidth
  • 19-20 dBi of gain
  • Mounts to any size mast from 0.75" to 4.5"
  • Superior port isolation
  • cross polarization discrimination

Samples and the production quantities of ProLine small-angle sector antennas are in stock now and be ordered directly from KP’s authorized distributors or from the KP Performance Antennas

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