Small cell sector antenna for WISP purposes and stuck wi-fi networks launched by KP Efficiency
EDMONTON, Alberta – KP Performance Antennas in Edmonton, Alberta, is introducing a small cellular sector antenna for WISP (Wireless Internet Service Provider) and wireless landline applications.
The antenna is designed with an aesthetically pleasing form factor and 4×4 MIMO (Multiple Input Multiple Output) operations. It has four plus-or-minus 45 oblique polarization connections with integrated N sockets in one housing.
The UV-resistant radome and the robust mounting hardware of this antenna are suitable for all-weather operation and have a fixed electrical tilt of zero degrees.
The sector antenna for small cells can reduce wind load by replacing antennas for larger sectors and has a large beam width for relatively small deployments near the tower.
For more information, contact KP Performance Antennas online at www.kpperformance.com.