RadioWaves adds low wind load, dual polarity, mesh dish antennas

RadioWaves, a manufacturer of high-quality microwave antennas and accessories, has just released a series of low wind load, dual polarity, mesh dish antennas with frequency coverage of 1710-4200 MHz and 2300-2700 MHz.

The new series is intended for point-to-point use in large, open areas such as base station installations or in backhaul applications. They are lightweight, economical and provide directional patterns with dual slant (±45°) polarization.

These mesh dish antennas are available in 1-foot and 2-foot grid sizes and are well-suited for ISM, 5G, LTE, PCS, UMTS, Wi-Fi and CBRS applications. The multi-band design of these antennas also eliminates the need to purchase different antennas for each frequency, which simplifies installations since the same antenna can be used for a variety of telecommunication installations where wide coverage is desired.

In addition, the multiport design of these antennas enables 2x2 MIMO operation. Other features include Type-N male or female connectors, gain ranging from 16 to 22 dBi and rugged mounting brackets with attachment hardware.