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Antenna Band-L

28/04/2017

 

 


Antenna Line Device

14/02/2017

 

 


KATHREIN Street Connect

14/02/2017

 


Small Cells

14/02/2017

 

 


Mobile Communication Antennas

14/02/2017

 


Remote Electrical Tilt System

14/02/2017

 


 

White Paper

Base Station Antennas - Reliable Wind Load Calculation

23/12/2016

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Innovation - iK-Tube, Get ready to be surprised!

12/07/2016 | Fiche techniqueWebinar

Nouveau concept d’antenne tube :

  • Livré en kit et possibilité d’assembler sur site sans grue
  • Solution d’intégration à moindre coût
  • Système modulable et évolutif
  • Facile à mettre en œuvre (voir diaporama ci-dessous)
  • Déploiement rapide
  • Travail de plain-pied
  • Impact visuel diminué
  • Peut accueillir les antennes: bi, tri, quadri, penta, hexa bandes
    (700 / 800 / 900 / 1800 / 2100 / 2600 Mhz).

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Remote Electrical Tilt System

18/02/2016

 

 


Antenna Solutions

18/02/2016

 


 

Small cells hit the street

02/02/2016 | Flyer

Outdoor small cells are a challenge for mobile operators. Nodes are often deployed to increase capacity in places where the network is struggling, but a spot that needs a small cell may not have a pole to support one. Even if a streetlight or utility pole is nearby, gaining access is likely to involve negotiations with at least one public agency. If another carrier has already deployed on the structure, adding more equipment becomes even harder from both a technical and a regulatory perspective.

These are the reasons that Ericsson and Kathrein have developed technology to embed small cells in manholes and connect them to existing landline infrastructure. The concept was first developed for Swisscom, which is testing it this month in Bern, Zurich, Basel and Lausanne.

Kathrein has integrated its antenna with a specially designed manhole cover. The antenna is in a special casing under the cover, which is load bearing and vibration limiting. Below the antenna is Ericsson’s base transceiver station.

The “Street Connect” solution should be commercially available next year. Operators that have already secured underground rights-of-way for fiber deployments are likely to be the most interested. In the U.S., Verizon Communications and AT&T have both deployed fiber to support residential and enterprise broadband. Cable operators often have access to underground conduit as well, and can partner with wireless carriers to backhaul small cell traffic.

Analyst Ken Rehbehn of 451 Research thinks operators who don’t currently have underground rights-of-way may be motivated to explore the move in order to take advantage of an in-ground small cell.

“The operators may not have underground right-of-way today, but Kathrein’s offer gives them – as well as tower company partners – excellent motivation to look at potential assets under foot,” said Rehbehn.

An in-ground installation is less likely to spark residential protest than a pole attachment, so city planning departments are likely to show interest in an in-ground solution as well. New York City has already scheduled a demonstration with Kathrein.

“A community’s aesthetic requirements frequently limit antenna form factor and placement,” said Rehbehn. “Especially in the case of historic areas, the operator’s site toolkit must incorporate a variety of clever antenna form factors.”
 

Source : RCRWireless News

 


 

Autosense Combiners

07/08/2015