RadioWaves released a new series of low wind load, dual polarity, mesh dish antennas with frequency coverage of 1710-4200MHz and 2300-2700MHz.
The new series of low wind load, dual polarity, mesh dish antennas is excellent for point-to-point use in large, open areas such as base station installations or backhaul applications. They are lightweight and economical and provide directional patterns with polarisation with dual slant (±45-degrees).
The new mesh dish antennas are provided in 1' and 2' grid sizes and are ideal for ISM, 5G, LTE, PCS, UMTS, Wi-Fi and CBRS applications. These antennas' multi-band design also eradicates the necessity to purchase different antennas for each frequency, which simplifies installations since the same antenna can be used for various telecommunication installations where wide coverage is desired.
Also, the multiport design of these antennas enables 2x2 MIMO operation. Other features offer Type-N male or female connectors, gain ranging from 16dBi to 22dBi and rugged mounting brackets with attachment hardware.
"Our new series of low wind load, dual polarity, mesh dish antennas for cellular and WLAN point-to-point communications provide significantly lower wind load and 70% lower weight than traditional parabolic dish antennas. Their dual polarization allows for MIMO system setup, more consistent signals and faster data throughput," said Kevin Hietpas, antenna product line manager.