N5-45x2

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SKU:
100-00083
Weight:
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Mimosa Networks N5-45x2
4.9-6.4GHz 45° Beamforming Antenna 19dBi

 

 

                                                                         

The Mimosa N5-45x2 is the industry’s first sector
antenna to deliver the best of both worlds — incredible
noise rejection and long-distance performance, with
wideband 4.9–6.4 GHz operation for fixed wireless
broadband. The dual-slant polarization, 45º sector can
be used with any third-party 2x2 MIMO radio solution,
or two N5-45x2 antennas can be connected to the 4x4
MIMO Mimosa A5c access point, aimed in different
directions, for 2x spectrum reuse, superior range and
noise rejection at collocation and tower sites.

 

Reject Noise and Synchronize
Compatible with Third-Party Radios
Overcoming noise at tower sites is key to scaling
capacity. The N5-45x2 delivers industry-leading side lobe
rejection and an unprecedented 43 dB front-to-back
(FTB) performance — the highest FTB ratio of any sector
or horn antenna in the industry. Compatible with any
third-party, 2x2 MIMO radio solution, there’s no higher
performance antenna in the industry.

 

 

Wideband Operation
Supporting 4.9 GHz public safety applications and
multipoint licensed operation up to 6.4 GHz, where
regulations allow, the N5-45x2 provides an additional
800 MHz of spectrum beyond the crowded 5.15–5.85
GHz unlicensed channels.

 

Go the Distance
The Mimosa N5-45x2 offers the best of both worlds
— a long distance, high gain sector with the superior
noise isolation of a horn. Competitive sectors offer
high-gain, but fail to reduce side lobe and front-toback
noise. Symmetric horn antennas achieve good
noise
isolation,, but typically offer lower gain and
inefficient
symmetrical ground coverage patterns.

 

Compatible with Third-Party Radios
Blending the best of sector antennas with the
best features of a horn, the Mimosa N5-45x2 is a
great sector antenna choice to use with any 2x2
MIMO radio. Even better, the ultra-wide 9º vertical
beamwidth covers substantially more ground than
other leading sector antennas.