Denver’s ARC Wireless is offering ARCFlex Dual-Polarization Variable Sector Antennas for deployments in advanced fixed broadband wireless networks.

The company says its two ARCFlex antennas feature ultra-wideband frequency performance and advanced variable beamwidth (60 degrees to 120 degrees) design for carrier-class base-station performance. “By eliminating external baffles, a common practice within the industry, the ARCFlex sectors maintain pinpoint link connectivity by minimizing the effects of wind and ice loading,” company literature adds.

Both models are shipping now and are available through authorized distributors and resellers for less than $150 and $100, respectively.  ?

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