KP Performance Antennas has released a new line of 33 and 45° sector antennas with stable and high gain that are suitable for Wireless Internet Service Provider (WISP) applications such as base station access point antennas. KP’s new small-angle ProLine series of sector antennas consists of three models that deliver interference mitigation with azimuth and elevation side-lobe suppression.
These small-angle sectors offer ease and customisation of installation with included brackets and hoisting hook.
They are suitable 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 2,300-2,700MHz or 4,900-5,900MHz, depending on the model. They also boast 33° or 45° azimuth beamwidth and 19-20dBi of gain.
“These high gain, small-angle sector antennas feature industry leading side-lobe suppression and high front-to-back performance while serving tighter coverage areas with higher gain, equating to more subscribers to a single antenna,” explained Ken Izatt, Product Manager.