CommScope Resolves Wireless Network Congestions
HICKORY, NC: Network operators have invested significantly on LTE across the globe. With a futuristic concern related to network traffic and site installation, operators are willing for a better solution that can boost the life of existing networks. Grabbing the opportunity, CommScope, a wired as well as wireless network solution provider offers the network operators across the world with up-to-the-minute cell site solutions, featuring easy installation of the sites and an improved LTE capacity, smoothing network operations.
Ben Cardwell, Senior Vice President, Mobility Solutions, CommScope says, “Whether it’s traditional macro sites on cell towers, metro cells in cities or Distributed Antenna Systems (DAS) and small cells indoors, CommScope finds the way to solve our customer’s most pressing RF Path problems.”Additionally, to the network administrators Ben asserts, “From the tower top to bottom, CommScope is developing and supplying unique solutions that meet real-world needs.”
CommScope team deploys an out-of-the-box way to avoid installation errors and mitigate Passive Inter-Modulation (PIM) by combining and pre-configuring RF equipments like antennas, remote radio units, cable assemblies in SiteRise, which is usually installed at the top of the cell network tower. Coming to the bottom of the cell tower, the team designs cabinets specifically for Cloud-RAN architectures in Distributed Antenna System (DAS) and related applications. The cabinets provide enclosures for hub sites, support fiber connections and manage cable flexibly by integration of power and other equipment.
Focusing on the installation of monopole sites like metro cells, the team integrates pole and cabinet solution easing the connection to AC power, radio equipment, transmission lines and antennas in one unit and supports both Wi-Fi and cellular networks, the latest addition to CommScope’s Metro Cell Concealment Solutions portfolio. CommScope breaks the barriers of power and communication transportation by offering Powered Fiber Cable System, further adding Power over Ethernet (PoE) to enable single and multimode fiber, functional up to three kilometers range.
Awarded the best mobile technology at Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2015, CommScope participates in the event Mobile World Congress 2016 in Barcelona, Spain to showcase their portfolio of wireless network infrastructure solutions.
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