Broadband sector antenna features slant polarisation

Posted By : Alex Lynn
Broadband sector antenna features slant polarisation

KP Performance Antennas, a manufacturer of wireless network antennas, has just launched a new eight-port ProLine sector antenna that is well suited for broad-frequency, point-to-point, point-to-multipoint and backhaul applications. KP’s new KPP-2S5SX8-65 ProLine Sector Antenna is designed to deliver high, stable gain over wide bandwidths and suppress side-lobes for mitigating inter-sector interference. 

Features include 65° azimuth beamwidth, eight ports (four ports for each band range), dual band 2300-2700 MHz and 4900-6400 MHz frequency support, 17dBi gain, slant polarisation, front to back ratio of 30-35dB and zero degree electrical downtilt.

“Our new KPP-2S5SX8-65 ProLine antenna reduces tower loading and rental costs by incorporating four ports for each frequency band range in one radome. Typically, installers would use four two-port antennas or two four-port antennas to achieve the same coverage on the tower,” said Ken Izatt, Antenna Product Line Manager.

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