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ProLine 5 GHz, 2-Port sector antennas

KP Performance Antennas has introduced 2-port ProLine 5GHz antennas that provide higher signal strength and improved interference rejection over equivalent asymmetric horn antennas.

The line of 5 GHz ProLine 2-port sector antennas includes four models with high gain of 16 to 17 dBi and tailored patterns that are stable over a 60-degree to 90-degree bandwidth options, allowing them to outperform asymmetric horns.

These models feature superior front-to-back near 40 dB that permits channel reuse. A universal radio bracket with quick-release slot/clip design is compatible with many AP radios.

These antennas are abke to support public safety (4.9 GHz), U-NII-1, 2, 3, and 4 (5.15-5.925 GHz), and up to 6.4GHz for world-wide market. An integrated hoisting hook provides added safety and convenient installation.

All-weather operation is possible with rugged, powder-coated aluminum brackets, a heavy-duty UV-resistant ABS radome, and an annodized aluminum reflector.

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Neil Tyler

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