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Kathrein announces the availability of four cross-polarized panel antennas for the cellular band, models 800-10202,-10203, -10204, and -10207. Three of the panels have fixed tilt at 0°, with gain specification 13, 15, and 16 dBd respectively; a 6° downtilt version is rated at 12.7 dBd. All use the company's vector dipole technology for broadband operation, from 806 to 960 MHz, making them useful to both wireless carriers and ESMR operators. All feature UV-resistant fiberglass radomes, are DC-grounded for impulse suppression, and may be deployed with mechanical tilt brackets. These antennas have been designed for use in digital protocol systems, but may be employed for analog systems using power dividers to apply equal energy to each antenna port.

Kathrein, Inc., Scala Division

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