Triple-band base station antenna

Thursday, 03 July, 2008 | Supplied by: Radio Frequency Systems Pty Ltd

A triple-band base station antenna set has been unveiled by Radio Frequency Systems. The set offers compliance with the latest revision of the 3GPP-ratified AISG v2.0 open communications standard.

The solution includes a triple-band base station antenna (BSA), the ‘Optimiser Universal’ site-configurable antenna control unit (ACU), tower-mount amplifiers (TMA), modem bias-tee and control network interface (CNI). These are overseen by the Network Element Manager (NEM) PC-based software interface.

Available in three lengths (1.6, 2.1 and 2.6 m), the BSA comprises two broadband high-band arrays (1710-2170 MHz) and one low-band array (870-960 MHz).

It permits independent variable electrical tilt (VET) of 2 to 10° across all three bands. Each antenna dipole set is controlled by one ACU (to a maximum of three ACUs per BSA), providing independent tilt control plus a degree of scalability in VET application across the multi-band network.

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