Dual-Polarized Dish Antennas Eye CPE Applications

KP Performance Antennas’ two dual-polarized feed horn reflector dish antennas handle point-to-point and customer premises equipment (CPE) applications. The 5 GHz feed horn antennas have an adjustable bracket that allows for vertical/horizontal or ±45-degree slant polarization schemes and delivers 27 dBi and 30.5 dBi, respectively. These antennas operate in the 4900-5900 MHz frequency range and provide VSWR as low as 1.5:1. They can be used with radios such as Mimosa, Cambium, UBNT, MikroTik and any other 5 GHz dual-connectorized radio.

 

The antennas deliver front-to-back and port isolation greater than 30 dB and cross-polarization discrimination greater than 24 dB. They feature two Type-N female connectors, a J-arm pole mount and are available in dish sizes of 23-inches or 28-inches. These antennas are built to sustain high-winds and resist sun-fade and rusting. They can also be special ordered with a company logo added to the dish face. For more details and better reception, datasheets are available..

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KP Performance, Inc.

Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

855-276-5772

780-702-7577

https://www.kpperformance.com

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