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Interpretation of the articles and names of KROKS antennas

In the names of our antennas are used Latin letters. Below are examples of what these letters mean. With this list it will be easier to navigate the names of KROKS antennas.

KPS12-900-70
K – always the first letter in the title of the antennas.
P – panel antenna.
S – sector antenna.
12 – antenna gain in dB.
900 - resonance frequency of antenna in MHz.
70 – the angle of radiation of the antenna in the horizontal plane (for sector antennas).

KP14-2050CF
K – always the first letter in the title of the antennas.
P – panel antenna.
14 – antenna gain in dB.
2050 – resonance frequency of antenna in MHz.
C – this antenna has table bracket. If there is no mention of the bracket, then the antenna has a bracket for mounting on the vertical mast.
F – F-connector is used in the antenna. If there is no mention of the connector, then the default is an N-connector in the antenna.

KK3-900
K – always the first letter in the title of the antennas.
K – omnidirectional antenna
3 – antenna gain in dB.
900 - resonance frequency of antenna in MHz.

KP14-2050T
K – always the first letter in the title of the antennas.
P – panel antenna.
14 – antenna gain in dB.
2050 – resonance frequency of antenna in MHz.
T – this antenna has a swivel bracket for mounting on a wall or on a mast. If there is no mention of a bracket, then the antenna has a bracket for fastening on a vertical mast.

KIP9-1800
K – always the first letter in the title of the antennas.
I – feed of parabolic reflector (dish).
P – panel antenna.
9 – antenna gain in dB.
1800 – resonance frequency of antenna in MHz.

KIR-5800DP
K – always the first letter in the title of the antennas.
I – feed of a parabolic reflector (dish).
R – horn antenna.
5800 – resonance frequency of antenna in MHz.
DP - dual polarization