Aluminium cable for Chinese ministry

Wednesday, 04 February, 2009

Beijing's latest landmark building and the workplace for implementation and management of the international environmental protection treaty in China is now supported by an indoor wireless communications network featuring Heliax FXL aluminium transmission cable from Andrew.

This particular cable has been used to enable multi-operator second- and third-generation wireless coverage with high-quality and reliable connectivity in the environmentally aware Ministry of Environmental Protection Building.

Work was carried out by Chinese and Italian designers to make the structure a showcase of sustainable development through ecology, energy saving and environmental protection that features environmentally friendly uses of building materials, natural lighting, air conditioning and solar use, among others.

The use of lighter-weight aluminium in the cable saves power and fuel during manufacturing and transport and is fully RoHS compliant.

FXL is part of the company's Heliax 2.0 family of wireless transmission line systems from Andrew, which features a single, multi-faceted connector, the EZfit series universal connector, for two products — FXL series aluminium cables and AVA series copper cables. Both cables help limit intermodulation distortion; and with one connector that works on both cables, users can avoid inventory confusion and deployment delays.

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