RF elements releases five array sector antennas
To speed up the world-wide optimization of wireless networks, RF elements® has introduced several array sector antennas with proprietary Backshield™ technology for improved noise rejection. These include the AS-2-14, AS-2-17 for 2.4 GHz band with 14 and 17 dBi gain. For the 3.4 – 3.8 GHz band, RF elements® now offers the AS-3-17HV, AS-3-17DS, and AS-3-18DS (DS stands for Dual Slant) with 17 and 18 dBi gain.
Since 2014, RF elements® Horn Antenna technology has been playing a pivotal role in the evolution of 5 GHz WISP networks. “Our award-winning products have enabled transition from noise-encumbered progressively dysfunctional networks and poor internet service quality to stable, reliable, and highly scalable systems. These array sector antennas are perfectly suited for efficient deployment in rural areas with noise issues.” said Tomas Zvolensky, Product Manager at RF elements®.
“Our Horn Antenna technology has influenced the way WISP networks are designed and scaled in an unprecedented way. Thinking of the WISP industry on a global scale, we also focus on highly price-sensitive markets. We decided to address these markets with an affordable horn antenna series we call StarterHorns™. StarterHorn™ 30° USMA and StarterHorn™ A45° USMA are highly noise suppressing antennas just like our asymmetrical and symmetrical horn antennas but with more attractive pricing. They are ideal for WISPs new to RF elements® horn antenna technology or those who are not ready to commit to our TwistPort™ antenna ecosystem and are looking for an easy way to test out the waters first.” added Tasos Alexiou, Product Evangelist at RF elements®.
RF elements® is the leader in sustainable use of unlicensed spectrum, solving the issue of interference in wireless networks through award-winning horn antenna technology across European, American, African, and Asian markets. Headquartered in Bratislava, Slovakia, RF elements® proprietary technology allows sustainable use of spectrum, a limited resource that plays a key role for general access to broadband internet.