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TMCNet:  MTI Wireless Edge Announcing New Low Cost Compact 4.9-6.1GHz Dual Polarity One Foot Panel Antenna as Part of its Legacy Product Line of 4.9-6.0GHz Low Cost Dual Polarity Directional Antennas

[September 11, 2011]

MTI Wireless Edge Announcing New Low Cost Compact 4.9-6.1GHz Dual Polarity One Foot Panel Antenna as Part of its Legacy Product Line of 4.9-6.0GHz Low Cost Dual Polarity Directional Antennas

TEL AVIV, Israel --(Business Wire)--

MTI Wireless Edge (News - Alert) Ltd., the developer of high quality cost effective antenna solutions for Wireless Networking and RFID applications, is proud to announce the release of a new low cost compact dual polarity 4.9-6.1GHz 22.5dBi 1 foot flat panel antenna as part of the legacy product line of low cost single and dual polarity directional antennas covering the 5.15-5.9 GHz WiMAX (News - Alert), ISM and UNII unlicensed frequency bands and, the 4.9-5.1GHz Public Safety bands. These antennas are used for both PtP and PtMP applications.

This antenna is specially designed for radio cost and form factor reduction without compromising performance. The new antenna is joining the current 4.9-6.0GHz product line that already includes a large selection of single, dual and MIMO polarity directional antennas for the subscriber end with different gains, and base station antennas such as 60, 90 and 120 degrees with dual linear Vertical & Horizontal polarity as well as dual slant -45 and +45 degrees.

All anennas are built to withstand the toughest electrical and environmental requirements according international standards such as ETSI (News - Alert) while maintaining low cost.

Dov Feiner, CEO & President, MTI Wireless Edge Ltd said. "We are very excited with our new very low cost dual polarity compact antenna. This antenna and the other new additions to our portfolio will enable our customers to reduce the cost and form factor of their high performance radios without giving up system performance."

For more information on this new product http://bit.ly/MT-465017NVH

About MTI Wireless Edge Ltd.

MTI Wireless Edge is a leader in the development and production of high quality, low cost, antenna solutions for wireless applications such as WiMAX, Broadband Wireless Access and RFID. MTI has about 40 years' experience in supplying antennas for both military and commercial applications from 100 KHz to 90 GHz. MTI flat panel antenna range includes base station, subscriber and Omni Directional antennas for all broad and narrow band WiMAX and broadband wireless applications in both licensed and unlicensed bands. MTI Military products include a wide range of broadband, tactical and specialized communications antennas, antenna systems and DF arrays installed on numerous airborne, ground and naval, including submarine, platforms worldwide.

The difference between Ordinary and Extraordinary is the Extra. We give you EXTRA! Visit us at www.mtiwe.com

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