Warning: harsh environment (coastal areas, chimney gases, chemical factories, volcanos) may cause premature oxidation of the StarterDish™ antenna body. For deployments in harsh environment we recommend using UltraDish™ antennas.
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StarterDish™ antennas are designed for CPE applications. Antenna is light weight with their reflector made of aluminium. StarterDish™ antennas provide excellent beam performance in cost effective package. Antennas are easy to assemble and come in highly economical 5 packs.
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60° Asymmetrical Horn TP Antenna combines the best of both worlds – a high gain of a traditional sector antenna and zero side lobes of a horn. Its radiation pattern is wide in azimuthal and narrow in the elevation plane, greatly improving coverage planning options. 60° Asymmetrical Horn TP Antenna exceeds the traditional patch sector antenna thanks to the high stability of gain and radiation pattern in the whole band of operation.
UltraDish™ TP 24 is designed for subscriber module applications. Minimized sidelobes, wide frequency bandwidth, and stable gain in both polarizations assure dependable performance. Antenna reflector is made of aluminium to ensure a low weight and uniform shape.
Symmetrical Horn TP Antennas are scalar horn antennas with a symmetrical beam radiation pattern and game-changing TwistPortTM (TP) connector. Deployed in field since 2014, they solve major weak points of mainstream sector antenna technologies and provide excellent noise rejection, network scalability and throughput increase.
Approved by tens of thousands installations all around the globe, RF elements Symmetrical Horn TP Antennas are the new standard for fast and sustainable wireless.
UltraHornTM TP Antennas feature our industry changing TwistPortTM connector, a patent pending quicklocking waveguide port. There are no coaxial RF connectors or RF cables anymore that makes TwistPortTM virtually lossless connector.
Connection of radio is brilliantly simple – “twist and lock” – all done with one hand!