Dual-Frequency Antennas Span 2,300 To 5,850 MHz

KP Performance Antennas’ latest series dual-band (dual-frequency) omni antennas are offered in 2 GHz/3 GHz, 2 GHz/5 GHz, and 3 GHz/5 GHz configurations. The series consists of three models, each with four-ports, dual-band functionality, and horizontal/vertical (H/V) polarization.

These antennas provide two frequencies in a single radome enclosure with one mounting point. They are dual-band, enabling 2x2 MIMO in each band or 4x4 MIMO across bands with carrier aggregation. These antennas deliver high-gain ranging from 10-12 dBi and operate in a range of dual frequencies from 2,300-2,700 MHz + 3,500-3,800 MHz, 2,300-2,700 MHz + 5,150-5,850 MHz, and 3,500-3,800 MHz + 5,150-5,850 MHz. All models utilize four N-type connectors.

By using low and high-band radios within a single antenna, this line provides different levels of coverage or service to the end user. Elevation beam width for this product line ranges from 7 degrees to 10 degrees. The central function of these antennas is as a base station antenna for 2 GHz, 3 GHz and 5 GHz AP radios. For more details, checkout the series datasheets and/or call 855-276-5772.

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