CommScope unveils Cell-Max MIMO antennas for stadium deployments

Telecom Lead America: CommScope, a provider of
infrastructure solutions for communications networks has launched Cell-Max
MIMO antennas that help system integrators deliver consistent wireless services
to subscribers in sports arenas and other large venues.


The Cell-Max MIMO antennas feature audible mounting
bracket that makes them easier to install and more reliable. Other features
help operators use their spectrum efficiently when enabling wireless voice and
data traffic.


Our MIMO stadium antennas provide consistent
coverage patterns with an ultra wide frequency range, allowing for spectrum
efficiency and a reduced need for replacing antennas in future technology
deployments,” said Matt Melester, senior vice president and general manager,
Distributed Coverage and Capacity Solutions, CommScope.


Nowadays, wireless operators need to deploy dedicated
equipment and antennas in areas where wireless data traffic surges, due to
increased smartphone usage.


The company said that Cell-Max MIMO antennas offer narrow
beamwidths that can be reliably shaped into sectors, decreasing the likelihood
of either scenario.


The Cell-Max MIMO antenna is dual-polarized for high
capacity across an ultra wideband range of 698 2700 MHz.


The new antennas are compliant to the International
Electrotechnical Commission’s 60068-2-6 standard for vibration testing. Also,
these antennas offer passive intermodulation (PIM) performance for minimizing
network distortion.


CommScope provides sector sculpting technique to address
in stadium wireless capacity issues

Recently, CommScope launched sector sculpting technology
for wireless operators and facility managers to address the wireless traffic
and capacity needs inside stadiums and concert venues.


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