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KP Performance Antennas releases flat panel TVWS antenna

KP Performance Antennas has expanded its line of TV White Space (TVWS) antennas that are intended for use with Redline Communications’ 2x2 MIMO radios used in WISP network applications.

KP’s TVWS antenna line-up now includes the KP-TWDPFP9 flat panel TVWS antenna that provides high gain of 9 dBi and very good front to back ratio all in a small form factor, UV resistant ABS plastic radome with an aluminum backplate.

Additional features include H/V dual polarization and a pole mounting bracket with up or down tilt adjustment.

This TVWS Flat Panel Antenna operates in the 470 MHz - 698 MHz range and is compatible with any connectorised TVWS radio, including the Redline Communication’s RDL3000 Ellipse series with a direct mount option.

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Neil Tyler

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