Antenna meets radio traffic increase for mission-critical networks.
Radio traffic continues to grow and so does the requirement for a broader range of frequencies, observed Huber+Suhner. The company has developed the LTE700 antenna, claimed to enable reliable communication for private and mission critical networks.
The LTE700 antenna operates between a range of 698 to 960MHz and is able to empower private networks across a number of verticals, from private business operations such as water metering and smart grids, to emergency services’ communications traditionally found in the lower frequency bands.
The antenna features integrated remote electrical tilt (RET) which enables operators to remotely adjust the antenna’s angle between 0 and 10 degrees, eliminating the need for manual adjustments, reducing downtime and maintenance costs.
The LTE700 replaces the existing narrow band antenna in the 790 to 960MHZ range.
Swiss company Huber+Suhner develops and produces components and system solutions for electrical and optical connectivity. The company serves the three main markets industry, communication and transportation with applications from the three technologies of radio frequency, fibre optics and low frequency.
Huber+Suhner products are designed for reliable and long service lives – even under the most demanding conditions, said the company.
There is a network of subsidiaries and representatives in over 80 countries.