Electronic Equipment, Instruments and Components
Company Overview of KP Performance Inc.
KP Performance Inc. manufactures broadband antennas and accessories. Its products categories include sector, yagi, reflector dish, feed horn, omni, grid, panel, mimosa, radio, and baicell antennas; and accessories, such as yagi replacement dipole and mounting hardware, reflector dish claw mount replacement, radio case, ePMP bracket plate, feed horn bracket, hardware packs for dishes and feed horns, dish bracket, and cable. The company was founded in 2008 and is based in Edmonton, Canada with warehouse locations in Chicago, Illinois; and Edmonton, Canada. As of December 22, 2016, KP Performance Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Infinite Electronics, LLC.
15397 - 117 Avenue
Edmonton, AB T5M3X4
Founded in 2008
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