RFI's CD30 series dual-band antenna is designed to support VHF and UHF multi-band radios.
A multi-mode system is helping Tunnel Network Services provide incident response, operations and maintenance for a number of key Brisbane roads and tunnels.
The Hytera PTC680 is a TETRA/LTE multimode radio that combines TETRA wireless functionality, LTE technology and the features of an Android-based smartphone.
The Panorama BATGM2-7-38-24-58 is designed for telematics applications requiring high-speed data with MIMO 4G, 3.8 GHz 5G and fallback 3G/2G, plus GPS/GNSS/GLONASS and dual-band Wi-Fi.
The Cambium Networks PTP 820C HP multi-core radio operates from 6 to 11 GHz and provides transmit power of up to 35 dBm.
Antenna manufacturers are finding new ways to accommodate the need for simultaneous voice, data, GPS and more.
Cobham AvComm has expanded its autotest library to include Harris P25 radios.
ESA has patented a new, more affordable type of multibeam antenna.
The GME CM50/60-series commercial mobile radios are dual band. Based on the small footprint of each individual radio, the tethered concept offers installation options to users who must have multiple network access.
RFI has released the CD7195 and CDQ7195 4G LTE cellular mobile antennas to its 7100 Series, which feature Meander radiating elements.
Antenova has launched three flexible dual-band FPC antennas for Wi-Fi and ISM for applications in industrial and consumer electronics.
MP Antenna's three-dimensional antennas from Amber Technology improve wireless communications for sub-6 GHz voice and data frequency applications such as GPS, Wi-Fi, all 802.11, 3G Cellular GSM/CDMA, 4G LTE, LTE-A, XLTE, WiMax, ISM, UHF and VHF.
The MARS Antennas range of in-building, triple/quad and five-polarisation MIMO antennas is compatible with IEEE 802.11ac.
The ZCG Scalar ZD8Z-XP-MIMO series of multiband slant polarisation panels have many qualities that make them suitable antennas for both commercial and consumer use.
The InterReach Unison from TE Connectivity is a flexible wireless DAS networking system that adapts to changing needs, keeps system life-cycle costs low and has a modular architecture that provides wireless operators and building owners with power and intelligence in a single, versatile solution.