KP Performance Antennas Launches New 4-Port OMNI Antenna

February 3, 2020 Perry Cohen

KP Performance Antennas, a manufacturer of wireless network antennas, released a new 4-port OMNI antenna that is ideal for WISP, cellular, and fixed wireless applications.

The  4-port, slant-polarized antenna delivers OMNI performance in a small form factor package. It comes equipped with a 27-inch OMNI antenna that limits the tower footprint and provides 360-degree coverage with 13 dBi pre-beamforming antenna gain. It optimizes 4x4 MU-MIMO’s full capabilities with the Cambium ePMP3000, utilizing the antenna’s two overlapping bidirectional dipole-like pattern

It includes a Cambium ePMP3000 radio mount with an aluminum cover that protects the radio and cables from environmental conditions. Also included are 4 x Reverse Polarity SMA to N-Male LMR 195 6-inch cables.

For more information, visit www.kpperformance.


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