Antennas Snoop Out 3-GHz Sector

KP Performance Antennas reveals its latest, high-performance 3-GHz sector antennas for use in WISP networks. The growing line of 3-GHz sector antennas adds four models including the KP-3SX4-65 quad-port 18 dBi sector, the KP-3S3S-65SA which features two 3 GHz antennas in one radome, the KP-3DP65S-45 18 dBi Dual Polarized sector, and the KP-3DP120S-45 3 GHz sector, specially designed for LTE applications.

 

Sporting what the company says is a unique design, the antennas minimize interference via a 65° gain pattern and ±45° slant dual polarization scheme. They are designed to provide high-gain and maximum coverage and feature improved front-to-back and pattern roll off that allows for higher spectral efficiency. These antennas operate in the popular frequency range of 3.3 GHz to 3.8 GHz and deliver VSWR from 1.5:1 to 1.7:1. For more info reception, visit KP Performance Antennas and/or call 1-855-276-5772.

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