Experience the future of wireless communication with the new collection of antennas designed for smart city and IoT integrations.
KP Performance Antennas, a producer of wireless network antennas, have launched a fresh range of state-of-the-art wireless internet service provider (WISP) antennas crafted to cater to the dynamic demands of the wireless communication sector. The company claims that the WISP sector antennas are geared towards aiding internet service providers (ISPs) dependent on wireless networking frameworks, offering a versatile and potent solution in the fast-expanding wireless communications sphere.
The applications range from establishing point-to-point (PtP) data links to facilitating point-to-multipoint (PtMP) connections. Its capabilities extend to supporting multiple-input and multiple-output configurations, such as 2×2 and 4×4 MIMO, thereby enhancing the efficiency and speed of data transfer. Moreover, it plays a significant role in WLAN and Wi-Fi 2.4 GHz wireless networks, promoting seamless connectivity and communication. The antenna is a cornerstone in developing and expanding smart cities, fostering extensive coverage and facilitating integrations with the Internet of Things (IoT) and Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) networks.
The press release says that the antennas are equipped with sought-after beamwidth patterns, including 40° and 65° options, thus facilitating ISPs in selecting the most suitable setup for their distinct coverage requirements. The antennas are compatible with prevalent frequency bands, including 2.4, 3.3, and 6 GHz, and boast gain performance varying between 12 dBi to 18 dBi. WISP offerings include four-port and eight-port antennas equipped with a Type N female connector, catering to many deployment possibilities while guaranteeing peak performance under varied circumstances.
Furthermore, these antennas are compatible with 5G, Wireless Local Area Network (WLAN ), Citizens Broadband Radio Service (CBRS ), and 6 GHz unlicensed bands, aligning seamlessly with the global transition towards fifth-generation technology. Additionally, the products’ point-to-multipoint coverage framework enhances the efficiency and reliability of communication networks, opening new avenues for WISPs.
“Our new WISP antennas are comprehensive solutions tailored to our customers’ unique needs,” said Antenna Product Line Manager Kevin Hietpas. “By offering antennas with a range of beamwidth patterns and multi-port configurations, we’re empowering ISPs to choose the optimal setup for their network.”