we've got the dual slant model and i check on them today, KP still sells them.
we've finished the tune and EXTREMELY IMPRESSED.
dislikes: the radio case cover well, sucks. we had to cut the bottoms to make room for the GPS cables and let our cables through, looks like it was made with the idea of a flexible cat 5 inside i'm thinking, but the cable we use doesn't like to bend that tight so we cut it away some.
the tilt arms are not marked for forward tilt, we always use a digital angle finder to be sure, but its nice to jump to "about right" and finish off. they are noticed though so as you move the antenna forward its stays in place well while your bolting it down.
the good stuff:
the radio pattern, great. its very tight and clean on the 5ghz side, its vertical spread is 4.8 degrees, and the 2.4 is 7 degrees. the sides roll off fast and are clean, we haven't seen anything strange with the RSSI bouncing around.
the 2.4 ghz side is 26db FTB, a little less than cambiums radio, we changed the target power to -64 from -60 and we've kept the uplink modulations well. 5ghz FTB is right on the money, MCS 15s. 2.4 is holding 14s.
other thoughts, they don't have a mounting system for them currently so we made ours from unistrust and 2" pipe, and a stand off arm (i'll post pictures soon) worked well, but completed weight was about 80 pounds.
I can't see a difference on these antenna from the cambium 2.4 dual slants to these, so wonderful! the 5ghz, seems to be a decent improvement on keeping the noise down some, tight vertical fan and gain.
bang for the buck, these panels definitely have my vote.
these 4 sectors (8 radios) have 141 EPMP subs between them right now.