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KP Performance Antennas Debuts New 900 MHz Omni Antenna Boasting 10 dBi of Gain & Dual Polarization

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New 900 MHz Omni Antenna from KP Provides Uniform 360° Coverage Ideal for NLOS Applications

KP Performance Antennas Debuts New 900 MHz Omni Antenna Boasting 10 dBi of Gain & Dual Polarization - RF CafeFebruary 19, 2019 - Irvine, California - KP Performance Antennas, an Infinite Electronics brand, and an industry-leading manufacturer of wireless network antennas, has unveiled a brand new 900 MHz, 10 dBi, ±45° slant dual-polarized omni antenna for use in outdoor fixed wireless applications.

This new omni-directional antenna from KP operates in the 824-928 MHz frequency range and provides uniform, 360° coverage with minimal azimuth ripple and 10 dBi of gain. It supports any 900 MHz access point radio (AP), including the popular Cambium® PMP450i™ radio for point-to-multipoint installations. This new 900 MHz omni antenna has 15° elevation beamwidth and is able to penetrate dense foliage with 900 MHz, dual ±45° slant polarization. The antenna comes with robust mounting hardware and is available to ship the same day.

"A common obstacle faced by wireless network operators, especially during the spring and summer months, is dense foliage bloom, blocking signal pathways from the tower to the client," explains Mike Inverso, Sales Director at KP Performance Antennas. "To help combat these NLOS scenarios, we have developed and released a brand new foliage-penetrating, high gain 900 MHz omni antenna featuring 10 dBi of gain, dual ±45° slant polarization, and 360° of wireless coverage."

KP's new 900 MHz omni antenna is in-stock now and can be ordered directly from KP’s authorized distributors or from the KP Performance Antennas website. For additional information about KP Performance Antennas, please visit the company's website at www.kpperformance.com.

About KP Performance Antennas

With decades of in-the-field expertise as former WISP operators and Ph.D. antenna engineers, KP Performance Antennas helps wireless internet service providers maximize ROI with products engineered to exceed industry expectations by delivering superior throughput, greater service coverage, dependable performance and reduced maintenance costs, while also providing responsive service, expert technical support and same-day shipping. KP Performance Antennas is an Infinite Electronics company.

Contact Info:

Peter McNeil
KP Performance Antennas
17792 Fitch
Irvine, CA 978-682-6936 x1174
E-Mail:
Phone: 1-855-276-5772
Web: www.kpperformance.com

 

 

Posted February 26, 2019

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