Multi-Polarized antenna designs feature spatial and polarization diversity that increases throughput by utilizing the X, Y, and Z planes.
Networks that are deployed with traditional linear polarized antenna technology are commonly disturbed by weather and obstructions that cause reflectivity, multi-path, absorption, and phasing. RSSI readings in a dynamically obstructed environment will show improved performance over singularly polarized and multiple feed MIMO antennas allowing for consistent voice and data communications in any situation.
Solve Multi-Path problems. MP Antennas are designed to eliminate multi-path by transmitting and receiving signals in numerous polarizations and on spatially diverse planes.
Increased Data Throughput
With the highest efficiency on the market, MP Antennas provide your system the most consistent signal possible, eliminating jitter and slow throughput speeds.
MP Antenna has the most advanced Antennas on the market that feature patented three dimensional designs and built in Spatial and Polarization Diversity on every feed.
Great Products. An Even Better Approach.
MP Antenna manufacturers a line of stock antenna products and custom antenna solutions. Utilizing the latest technologies, our expert team will provide a solution that vastly improves signal strength, penetration, and connectivity in the most dynamic environments.
Our patented antennas outperform all other NLOS antennas in quality and reliability while providing network users with increased data speeds, greater coverage, and multi-path mitigation.
Every project has a deadline. At MP Antenna, it’s our goal to make sure you hit yours. Our products are designed and manufactured in the U.S. and can be ready to ship within 24 hours with no minimum order quantities.
MP Antenna’s patented products and technology are tested and approved in a range of different environments, applications, and markets to increase usability for mobile antenna and fixed antenna communications.
MP Antenna Patented Products and Technology
Protected under one or more of the United States Patents, and other United States and Foreign patents applied for.