Antennas feature 65 degrees half-power beamwidth (HPBW) and operate up to 6.5 GHz.
All are the 12 elements patch array (except of TetraAnt 5 60 17 HV, that is 8 element array, so the gain is lower by 1.5 dB) for all polarization planes and precisely developed feed line with an appropriate phase shift between patches. The phase shift is responsible for the electrical tilt (abbreviated ET) of the main beam, that helps to minimize the pattern blooming.
MIMO sector antenna TetraAnt 6 60 18 HV operates over the 5.6 - 6.5 GHz frequency range, featuring excellent gain and VSWR up to 6.6 GHz.
This antenna is a frequency extended variant of TetraAnt 5 60 18 HV and is ready for Wi-Fi networks operating in the 6 GHz band, U-NII-5: 5925-6425 MHz, and U-NII-6: 6425-6525 MHz. The 23 dBi panel MIMO antenna for this 6 GHz band, is TetraAnt 6 23 10 HV.
Elboxrf TetraAnt MIMO sector antennas offer:
Excellent matching to the standard 50 ohm impedance, VSWR
High realized gain. The realized gain takes into account all possible losses like the substrate loss, conductor loss, radome loss. This is the gain that you get on the antenna's connector.
Good cross polarization discrimination, CPD or XPD
High port-to-port isolation
Electrical tilt that suppresses deformation of the radiation pattern