CommScope delivers ultra-wideband antenna for 1400 MHz — 2700 MHz

Commscope, a supplier of network infrastructure solutions, has introduced an ultra-wideband antenna, 1427-2690 MHz in high, 694-960 MHz in low, 4T4R MIMO, FDD/TDD, the company said.

CommScope is base station antenna innovation with the first antenna on the market to cover 1400-2700 MHz, the broadest frequency band range available. The antenna–available now–also supports 4×4 multiple input/multiple output (MIMO), a critical 5G-enabling technology for increasing network capacity, in all frequency bands.

The CommScope ultra-wideband antenna RRZZ-65B can support one or two antenna arrays in 1427-2690 MHz. It can also support a low band range of 694-960 MHz. The RRZZ-65B supports 4T4R operation, meaning four beams of transmit and receive signals, in both the low and high band ranges, as well as frequency division duplex (FDD) and time division duplex (TDD).

Operators can combine on one antenna the supplemental downlink band of 1400 MHz as well the primary band. It can also be used in conjunction with external filters to separate different licensed bands as needed, such as the 2300 TDD band, making it easier to customize for specific needs.

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