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Our product range covers base station panel antennas from 690 MHz up to 3800 MHz with over 300 models from single band to 6-band antenna panels.

Beyond standard base station antennas we offer of Bi-Sector Array antennas (2x 33º) as a successful way of proving capacity enhancement to all cellular systems. Bi-Sector Arrays remove the barriers to the deployment of 6-sector sites allowing operators to achieve increased performance while significantly reducing the cost of increasing the capacity of systems.

The unique and patented Bi-Sector Array technology provides optimized overlap between pairs of asymmetric beams, lowers of handover losses in UMTS/HSPA+/ CDMA systems, and minimizes interference between sectors for GSM, UMTS, LTE and 5G systems.

Fast-roll of of each of the outer beams and high front- to-back ratios ensure reduced interference. Such an approach enhances data transfer rates within cellular network sectors and addresses voice and data “hotspots” in mobile wireless operator networks.

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The single panel design of the Bi-Sector Array offers the opportunity to reduce antenna count and directly replaces an existing 65° antenna without mount changes and avoids costly leasing and zoning changes. Bi-Sector Array sites allow significant CAPEX and OPEX cost savings.

Available in Single Band and Dual Band options our Bi-Sector Arrays cover all main cellular bands between 690 MHz and 3800 MHz. Fixed, variable and remotely controlled electrical tilt options are available which allows independent adjustment of sub-beams for easier optimization.

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Hybrid Bi-Sector Array (HBSA) antennas combine a standard 65° pattern at low band 800/900 Mhz with the advanced asymmetrical bi-sector pattern with 33° for higher bands.

The HBSA can be deployed where size restrictions prevent the use of a Dual Band BSA or where an operator wants to retain a lower capacity 800/900 MHz network while increasing the capacity of the higher frequency layers.

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