CommScope announces HELIAX 3.0 for 4G and beyond

Telecom Lead America: CommScope has announced that its
HELIAX 3.0 helps eliminate worries of operator related radio frequency
(RF) footprint.


From traditional to remote radio head
configurations, HELIAX 3.0, built on Andrew
Solutions connectivity technology, offers hybrid fiber and coaxial options
that deliver high performance for new technologies such as LTE.


The HELIAX 3.0 helps eliminate worries with a
single-source interconnect solution designed for outstanding performance in all
types of cellular network site architectures.


The interconnect solution also provides faster, easier
installations, network consistency and reduced passive
intermodulation (PIM).


HELIAX 3.0 is poised to become the interconnect solution
for LTE. As network complexity increases, it’s critical to have one trusted
solution that helps you deploy new technology quickly and easily,” said Stan
Catey, senior vice president, Cable Products, CommScope.


For sites with remote radio heads, HELIAX Remote Fiber
Feeder (RFF) Cable combines power conductors and fiber into a single,
high-performance cable that delivers all the efficiency, capacity and savings
needed to transition to the next phase of a network’s design.


RFF Cable is available in single-mode or multi-mode with
fiber and power conductor configurations and counts to supply a wide range of
remote radio unit designs. Built-in redundancy provides insurance and
future-proofing for LTE, WiMAX, MIMO or whatever the future holds. 


4G network demands continue to grow and evolve which
leads to more complexity. Customers are faced with conserving bandwidth and
managing PIM. As they prepare for the future of changing technology, the
opportunities to increase revenue are in sight, but making the right
investments in their network path is critical. HELIAX 3.0 delivers everything
the evolving network needs: versatility, performance and lots of options,”
Catey added.


Recently, CommScope
deployed the communications infrastructure supporting the ultra-modern facility
in Perot Museum of Nature & Science in Dallas. 


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