KP Performance Antennas Unveils New ProLine, 8-Port, Horizontal/Vertical Polarized Sector Antenna


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KP Performance Antennas, a manufacturer of wireless network antennas, has just launched a new horizontal/vertical polarized, 8-port ProLine sector antenna that is ideal for broad-frequency, point-to-point, point-to-multipoint and backhaul applications.

KP’s new KPP-2HV5HVX8-65 ProLine horizontal/vertical polarized sector antenna operates in the 2.3 GHz to 2.7 GHz and 4.9 GHz to 6.4 GHz frequency ranges. It features a 65-degree azimuth beamwidth and zero-degree fixed electrical downtilt. It also boasts 8 ports, gain performance of 17 dBi and 16.8 dBi respectively and excellent front-to-back of 31 dB and 34 dB. This antenna is engineered to deliver high, stable gain over wide bandwidths and suppress side-lobes and back-lobes for mitigating inter-sector interference.

“Our new horizontal/vertical polarized ProLine sector antenna combines two individual radiating systems within a single rugged radome, allowing complete dual-spectrum coverage while reducing leased space on the tower and installation costs,” said Ken Izatt, Antenna Product Line Manager.

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