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Laird Connectivity's two-Port MIMO, ceiling mount antenna

Two-Port MIMO, Ceiling-Mount Antenna Targets 5G Apps

Laird Connectivity's CMD69423P operates between 698 to 960 MHz and 1300 to 4200 MHz with multi-port functionality.

Laird Connectivity has recently announced the CMD69423P, an indoor MIMO ceiling-mount antenna, suitable for 5G deployments with low-profile aesthetics.

Using patent-pending technology, the CMD69423P is a two-port MIMO, omnidirectional, ceiling-mount antenna that operates between 698 to 960 MHz and 1300 to 4200 MHz. According to the company, the antenna's elements are designed with linear, vertical, and horizontal components and are optimized to radiate a specifically shaped pattern for best-in-class performance when installed on a ceiling.

With its wide bandwidth, the CMD69423P covers CBRS and 5G spectrum to 4200 MHz. The antenna is designed with a low-profile, aesthetically-neutral housing, full plenum rating, low PIM, and low port-port correlation, ensuring optimal MIMO performance.

Delivering reliable performance without sacrificing aesthetics, the antenna is ideal for indoor environments such as business offices, retail malls, medical facilities, bus terminals, train stations, or any indoor application where wide-angle coverage is necessary for wireless deployment, claims the company.

"The CMD69423P's multi-port functionality saves time and money, as fewer antennas are needed to provide excellent coverage and throughput," says Gordon Barber, Laird Connectivity's director of Product Management. "This is because the antenna has been designed for robust radiation performance including coverage and low correlation between ports."

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