Small cell sector antenna for WISP applications and fixed wireless networks introduced by KP Performance

March 18, 2021
Antenna offers 4x4 multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) operations, with four plus-or-minus 45 slant-polarization ports with N-female connectors.

EDMONTON, Alberta – KP Performance Antennas in Edmonton, Alberta, is introducing a small cell sector antenna for wireless Internet service provider (WISP) applications and fixed wireless networks.

The antenna is designed with an aesthetically pleasing form factor and 4x4 multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) operations. It features four plus-or-minus 45 slant-polarization ports with integral N-female connectors in one enclosure.

This antenna's UV-resistant radome and rugged mounting hardware is for all-weather operation, and has a zero-degree fixed electrical downtilt.

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The small cell sector antenna can reduce wind loading by replacing bigger sector antennas, and features a wide beamwidth for relatively small deployments close to the tower.

For more information contact KP Performance Antennas online at

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