New wide-band and log periodic directional antennas

16-06-2022 | KP Performance Antennas | Passives

KP Performance Antennas has released a new series of wide-band, log periodic, directional antennas covering 790MHz to 6GHz to address myriad wireless networking applications.

KP's new series of wide-band, log periodic, directional antennas has all required wide-band frequency access in one product to deliver the coverage to support applications such as DAS, 4G, 5G, Wi-Fi, public safety and NB-IoT networks. They provide high gain directional coverage and satisfy the requirements of global cellular and wireless network applications. These log periodic antennas deliver 9dBi to 16dBi gain, MIMO capabilities boosting speed and mitigating interference, and RG58 pigtails for short patch connections from radio to antenna.

The radome's weatherproof ABS construction and the excellent electric properties of polycarbonate ensure these antennas perform optimally even throughout inclement weather and in extreme operating environments.

Engineered for easy outdoor installation on a mast/pole, these wide-band log periodic directional antennas are ideal for usage outside offices and commercial buildings and in locations with minimal cellular signal strength. These log periodic antennas are suitable for delivering advanced boosting for fixed installations.

"Our new outdoor-rated, wide-band, log periodic, directional antennas offer premium quality, versatile compatibility and industry-leading high-gain performance for areas with marginal coverage. This new antenna series has options for all sub 6GHz telecommunications, DAS, Wi-Fi and WISP coverage to address all of our customers' wireless networking requirements," said Kevin Hietpas, antenna product line manager.


By Nigel Seymour

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