US trial shows 40% increase in cell capacity with Ubidyne active antennas

Ubidyne, a provider of Antenna Embedded Radio technology
for wireless industry, announced results of network trial for its LTE 700MHz
active antenna solution in North America.

The flexible beam forming and tilting capabilities of its
uB700 Antenna Embedded Radio delivered double throughput at the cell edge and
an increase of over 40 percent cell capacity with comparable output power.

“The trial shows that active antennas can
significantly increase cell capacity using vertical sectorization and double
the uplink throughput at the cell edge as well as increase the coverage area
with independent uplink and downlink tilting,” said Michael Fränkle, CEO
of Ubidyne

Ubidyne’s uB700 Antenna Embedded Radio exceeded
expectations during installation with minimum training required, no cranes or
other heavy equipment needed for tower installation, far less cabling work and
no mechanical tilt gear, the Active Antennas were rolled out quickly and

Ubidyne’s Self-Healing feature demonstrated the OPEX
savings for operators available due to the reduced amount of site visits

Ubidyne’s Active Antenna System has the potential to
change the radio architecture and operations of mobile communications,
providing a positive impact on both mobile network operators and mobile
consumers’ experience across the globe.

“The Active Antenna market is just in the early
stages and Ubidyne is at the forefront of this trend with their Antenna
Embedded radio solutions. Ubidyne’s technology offers great efficiency and
versatility and delivers tremendous benefits for network operators addressing
exploding demand in wireless data traffic,” said Earl J. Lum, president at
EJL Wireless Research.

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