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KP unveils high-performance parabolic antennas

KP Performance Antennas, a manufacturer of wireless network antennas, has released new 2-foot and 3-foot antennas with Mimosa B11 mounting kit options to its new series of ProLine 11 GHz parabolic antennas.

These high-performance ProLine parabolic antennas are suitable for high-density, point-to-point backhaul applications or client-premises and operate in the 10.7 GHz to 11.7 GHz frequency range.

They are offered in 2-foot and 3-foot diameters and deliver gain performance of 34.4 dBi and 39 dBi respectively. They have been engineered to suppress side-lobes and back-lobes and provide improved rejecting interference capabilities. They feature rugged construction with a patented 6-point mounting connection for set-and-forget installation.

These antennas deliver SISO or 2x2 MIMO for increased capacity and boast 155 mph survival wind speed. They are offered with dual-polarized N-type connector or direct connect options. The 2-foot model is a high-performance ETSI Class 2, FCC Cat B antenna and the 3-foot model is an ETSI Class 3, FCC Cat A antenna.

Both models come with either a Mimosa B11 or Ubiquiti airFiber 11FX direct connect kit.

Author
Neil Tyler

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