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The recently concluded C-band auction has created new opportunities to help mobile operators address the evergrowing need for network capacity, spectral efficiency and a migration path to 5G and beyond.
As more and larger base station antennas are deployed, managing wind loads becomes critical for mobile network operators seeking to trim costs and introduce new services. Using our knowledge of aerodynamics and a relentless drive for better design, CommScope has developed a unique 360-degree wind load reducing antenna design.
CBRS is a unique opportunity that enables a range of applications—from industrial internet of things (IIOT) and mobile capacity augmentation to fixed wireless access and private networks. Leveraging the opportunity, however, depends in large part on having the right equipment.
At cell sites within the macro network, towers are straining as more equipment is added. This forces engineers to balance site performance with tower loading and visual appearance. See how CommScope slim antennas address these challenges.
Microwave has filled a vital role as backhaul for cellular networks worldwide—and CommScope’s newest innovation, the dual band antenna, demonstrates that there’s a bright future ahead for microwave backhaul with the inclusion of high-capacity.
Today’s mobile networks feature multiple technologies—4G, 3G and 2G—scattered over a variety of frequency bands. As there’s only so much room on the tower, the new 5G equipment needs to ideally fit within the same physical space as the existing equipment. This is where the challenge begins...