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February 23, 2011

MTI Wireless Edge Announces New Dual Polarity Two Feet Flat Panel Antenna

By Rajani Baburajan
TMCnet Contributor

MTI Wireless Edge, a developer of cost effective antenna solutions for WiMAX (News - Alert), fixed wireless and RFID applications, announced the release of a new broadband 4.9-6.0 GHz 28dBi 2 feet flat panel antenna.

The launch of the new broadband antenna is part of a new product line of low cost single and dual polarity directional antennas covering the 5.15-5.9 GHz WiMAX, ISM and UNII unlicensed frequency bands, the 4.9-5.1GHz Homeland Security and Public Safety bands as well as the 6.0-6.5GHz bands used in East European countries.

These antennas can be used for both PtP (Point-to-Point) and PtMP (Point-to-Multipoint) applications. These antenna solutions will be exhibited at the CeBIT (News - Alert) 2011 trade show on March 1-5, 2011 in Hanover, Germany, company officials said.

The new flat panel antenna will join the current 4.9-6.5GHz product line that includes single and dual polarity directional antennas for the subscriber end with different gains, and base station antennas such as 60 and 90 degrees with dual linear vertical and horizontal polarity as well as dual slant -45 and +45 degrees.

MTI (News - Alert) Wireless’ antennas are built to withstand the toughest electrical and environmental requirements according to international standards such as ETSI while maintaining low cost, company officials said.

“We are very excited with our new Broad-Band Dual Polarity low cost 2 feet flat panel antenna. This antenna and the other new additions to our portfolio will enable our customers to offer better system performance and save on their cost,” said Dov Feiner, CEO & president, MTI Wireless Edge (News - Alert), in a statement.

In May 2010, MTI Wireless Edge announced that they have showcased their smart antenna solutions at the UTC Telecom 2010. The solutions are designed for utilities wireless telecom applications for Smart Grid.

Rajani Baburajan is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of Rajani's articles, please visit her columnist page.

Edited by Janice McDuffee

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