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KP Performance Antennas Launches New ProLine Series Antennas Supporting Frequency Ranges of 2.3 GHz to 6.4 GHz

New Antenna Line Designed for High Density Deployments Boasts Industry-Leading F/B & Side Lobe Suppression

EDMONTON, ALBERTA, CA – KP Performance Antennas, a manufacturer of wireless network antennas, has debuted its new ProLine antennas, a series of high-performance parabolic and sector antennas that are perfectly suited for high-density, point-to-point, point-to-multipoint and backhaul applications.

KP’s new ProLine parabolic antennas are engineered to deliver high, stable gain over wide bandwidths with side-lobe and back-lobe suppression for mitigating inter-sector interference. These 5 GHz antennas are available in 1-foot and 2-foot diameters with gain performance of 24 dBi and 29 dBi respectively. Single-band and dual-band options are available in 2.3-2.7 GHz, 3.5-4.2 GHz and 4.9-6.4 GHz for 2×2, 4×4 and 8×8 MIMO.

The ProLine sector antennas are specially designed to deliver high, stable gain over wide bandwidths and suppress side-lobes and back-lobes for mitigating inter-sector interference. Single-band and dual-band options are available in 2.3 – 2.7 GHz, 3.5 – 4.2 GHz, and 4.9 – 6.4 GHz for 2×2, 4×4, and 8×8 MIMO. Multiple ports and frequencies in a single radome allow you to integrate multiple radio platforms with a single antenna mounting point, reducing wind load and tower rental costs.

“Our ProLine antennas maximize the potential of your radio by improving signal strength and mitigating interference, improving signal-to-noise ratio in your link. The innovative design and unique features of these ProLine antennas deliver price-to-performance value that cannot be beat,” says Justin Pollock, Ph.D., Antenna Engineer at KP Performance Antennas.

KP’s new ProLine parabolic and sector antennas are in-stock and can be ordered directly from KP’s authorized distributors or from the KP Performance Antennas website at https://www.kpperformance.com/search?keywords=Proline&view_type=grid.

About KP Performance Antennas:

With decades of in-the-field expertise as former WISP operators and Ph.D. antenna engineers, KP Performance Antennas helps wireless internet service providers maximize ROI with products engineered to exceed industry expectations by delivering superior throughput, greater service coverage, dependable performance and reduced maintenance costs, while also providing responsive service, expert technical support and same-day shipping. KP Performance Antennas is an Infinite Electronics brand.

About Infinite Electronics:

Infinite Electronics is a leading global supplier of electronic components serving the urgent needs of engineers through a family of highly recognized and trusted brands.  Our portfolio brands are specialists within their respective product set, offering broad inventories of engineering-grade product, paired with expert technical support and same day shipping. Over 100,000 customers across a diverse set of markets rely upon Infinite Electronics to stock and reliably ship urgently needed products every day.

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