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RadioWaves expands Dish Antenna Line that features Mimosa B5x, C5x and C6x Radio Adapters

IRVINE, USA – RadioWaves, an Infinite Electronics brand and a manufacturer of high-quality microwave antennas and accessories, has just announced it has expanded its line of 4.9-6.4 GHz dish antennas with integrated Mimosa twist-on radio adapters, including B5x, C5x, C6x and more.

RadioWaves’ new 4.9-6.4 GHz dish antennas support 4.9 GHz public safety applications as well as licensed and unlicensed frequencies up to 6.4 GHz. The rugged, aluminum dish antennas feature dual V/H polarization or +/-45° polarization and support MIMO and 802.11n wireless applications.

The new dish antennas will save installers time as they feature integrated adapters that accommodate Mimosa C5x, C6x and B5x twist-on radios. These 2-, 3- and 4-foot-diameter antennas can be set up in minutes, and their rugged aluminum dish construction ensures reliable coverage in harsh weather.

“These antennas allow our customers to take advantage of Mimosa’s best-in-class wireless technology. They are available in diameter options of 2, 3 and 4 feet and can be used with Mimosa B5x, C5x and C6x twist-on radio adapters,” said Kevin Hietpas, antenna product line manager.

RadioWaves’ new 4.9-6.4 GHz dish antennas with Mimosa adapters are in-stock and available for best-in-class lead times.

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