900 MHz, 120-degree antennas for wireless Internet in dense foliage introduced by KP Performance Antennas

May 28, 2019
KP Performance Antennas is introducing 900 MHz, 120-degree sector antennas for wireless Internet service provider (WISP) applications in dense foliage.

By Mil & Aero staff

EDMONTON, Alberta – KP Performance Antennas in Edmonton, Alberta, is introducing 900 MHz, 120-degree sector antennas for base station or access point applications in wireless Internet service provider (WISP) applications.

The antennas are for applications where customers face dense foliage or sparse deployment. It also can provide coverage near the sector edges.

The antennas cover frequencies from 902 MHz to 928 MHz with high-gain of 12.5 dBi and ±45-degree dual slant polarization. This antenna delivers coverage with two or three sector antennas combined.

Operating in the 900 MHz frequency band with dual slant polarization, these sector antennas deliver reliable coverage while penetrating dense foliage. Elevation beam width is 13.5-degrees and front-to-back ratio is 15 dB.

For more information contact KP Performance Antennas online at www.kpperformance.com.

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