Small-Angle Antennas Provide Stability

KP Performance Antennas’ line of 33°/45° sector antennas with stable and high gain are viable for wireless internet service provider (WISP) applications such as base station access point antennas. The antenna series consists of three models that deliver interference mitigation with azimuth and elevation side-lobe suppression.

 

The small-angle sectors offer ease and customization of installation with included brackets and hoisting hook. They are ideal for frequency-reuse and LTE deployments in the 2GHz band. These sector antennas feature extremely high front-to-back ratios and small side-lobes, helping to reduce noise in the link. This line is offered with 2 or 4 ports and a frequency range of 2300-2700 MHz or 4900-5900 MHz, depending on the model. They also boast 33° or 45° azimuth beam width and 19 to 20 dBi of gain.

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Need more data?  Take a gander at the ProLine small-angle sector antenna datasheet and/or call the company at 855-276-5772.

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