Contact MP Antenna

Contact MP Antenna to learn more about us and how we can help you. We are an antenna manufacturer that makes multi-polarized antennas for non-line-of-sight (NLOS) applications. With standard antenna technology, weather conditions and physical obstructions can degrade voice and data communications. With multi-polarized antennas, you’ll enjoy improved signal strength, penetration, and connectivity in the most dynamic environments. 

At MP Antenna, our team of engineers can create tailored solutions that fit your needs. We also offer options such as coax type, coax length, mounting style, and various connector types. If you need a standard product, the Antenna Products and Configurator sections of our website provide detailed information that can help you in your search for an antenna solution.

Part of what makes MP Antenna different is our commitment to both quality and customer service. The antenna specialists at our Elyria, Ohio (USA) facility understand that time is of the essence. That’s why we work hard to deliver antenna solutions to meet our customers deadlines. If you’re ready to discuss your application, contact MP Antenna to get started.

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About MP Antenna

MP Antenna is the exclusive developer and manufacturer of advanced multi-polarized antennas that are well-suited for a range of applications, including public safety, wireless broadband systems, WiFi, WiMAX, video monitoring systems, 3G, CDMA, GSM, PCS, and LTE. Our product line improves signal penetration and connectivity in obstructed deployments, providing increased data throughput, enhanced voice clarity, and multi-path mitigation. MP Antenna’s products are protected under numerous US patents with many US and foreign patents pending. MP Antenna is privately held and designs and manufactures its products at its headquarters near Cleveland, Ohio (USA). We encourage you to contact MP Antenna for antenna solutions that use our multi-polarized technology for reliable, dependable voice and data communications in NLOS environments.