RadioWaves, an Infinite Electronics brand and a manufacturer of high-quality microwave antennas and accessories have released a new series of 8-port, CBRS sector antennas covering the 3.3 GHz to 4.2 GHz frequency bands.
RadioWaves' new series of CBRS Sector Antennas provide 16 to 18 dBi of gain along with a 65° beamwidth. These antennas are engineered to deliver high, stable gain over wide bandwidths and suppress side-lobes and back-lobes for mitigating inter-sector interference.
These models are engineered to be symmetric in both polarizations to minimize chain imbalance. The 17 dB sidelobe suppression and superior dB front-to-back ratio allow for channel (frequency) reuse and high levels of spectral efficiency in the most challenging and noisy environments.
The new sector antennas also feature 8 x 8 MIMO operation, eight +/- 45 slant polarization ports with integral N-female connectors all in a single enclosure. They come equipped with superior port isolation, cross-polarization discrimination, gain, VSWR, and front-to-back. Additionally, these new antennas feature universal radio brackets that are compatible with many popular Cambium PMP/EPMP, Ubiquiti Rocket/Prism, Mimosa, and Baicell radios. For added safety and convenience, the antennas feature an integrated hoisting hook.
Kevin Hietpas, Antenna Product Line Manager stated that their new 8-port CBRS sector antennas allow operators to provide their customer's high coverage near-to and far-away from their access point without compromising aesthetic and architectural guidelines. The antennas' small size and high gain will serve well in small-cell and urban deployments with densification in mind.
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