Small multipolarized antenna allows for:
|Frequency range||5.1 - 5.75 GHz|
|Port to Port Isolation||Better than 30 dB dB|
|Elevation HPBW||35 degrees|
|Azimuth HPBW||35 degrees|
|Lightning protection||DC ground|
|Connector||3 x N Female/Back|
|Mounting kit||Includes mast mounting hardware ; 2 inch (51mm) max.|
|Radome material||PVC ; white|
|Base material||High strength aluminum alloy|
As you can see, antenna can be mounted in two configurations, depicted in Fig. 1 and Fig. 2. For both configurations radiation characteristics will be slightly differ.
Below there are 2 pairs of patterns - for the configuration 1 and 2. Both are taken at 5.5 GHz for H and V cuts.
Fig.1 shows the -+ 45 deg. (MIMO slant) and V configuration.
Fig.2 shows the HV (MIMO HV) and -45 deg. configuration.
Below there is a screenshot from R3860A RF Component Analyzer. Device Under Test (DUT) was TetraAnt 5 12 35 XHV - in one picture can be seen matching (VSWR) and port to port izolation - more on this in the section Technology - port to port isolation.