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Base Station Antennas & Equipment
CommScope offers an extensive line of base station antennas designed to help improve network capacity, with solutions supporting densification, increased efficiency, and new spectrum adds:
- Metro cell/small cell antennas
- 4X MIMO on both low and high bands from a single antenna
- Sector sculpting using multibeam or narrowbeam antennas
- Ultra-wideband flexibility for future spectrum releases
- Antenna sharing by two radio controllers
- Remote electrical tilt
As an industry-preferred partner, CommScope:
- Invests in R&D with base station antenna designs protected by IP including hundreds of issued patents
- Production tests base station antennas 100% for RL, ISO and PIM for consistent, reliable, and trouble-free performance in the field
- Is globally diversified with multiple high-volume factories to support even the largest build plans
- Counsels with pre- and post-sales technical support to ensure you get the best advice on how to optimize your network
Searching for the right antenna? Here’s helpful resources for antenna selection.
- Our Model Number Guide illustrates antenna characteristics represented in our model numbers.
Understanding the RF Path eBook discusses basic antenna theory.
White Paper: Wind load testing for aerodynamically efficient base station antennasTower engineers rely on complete, precise data to account for antenna-based wind loads. However, standard formulas cannot account for aerodynamically efficient antenna profiles.
eBook: Base Station Antennas Chapter 4CommScope has been a trusted partner for over 40 years, leading the way with a steady stream of antenna innovations that has kept mobile operators ahead of the changes and in control.
Technical Keys to Successful Network Modernization: Ultra-Wideband AntennasEnsure you achieve your modernization goals by focusing on key areas.
Brochure: RF Path Solutions for FirstNet NetworksWhen it comes to public safety, “good enough” doesn’t cut it. As the FirstNet national first responder network builds out, ensuring optimal, failsafe, 24/7 performance is critical.
eBook: Understanding the RF PathA complete eBook course in what makes wireless networks work – and where they are headed.
Ground Base vs. Remote Radio Head (RRH) System Return Loss ComparisonsOperators are finding inconsistent test results for return loss as they deploy remote radio units (RRUs) at the top of the tower. Rob Cameron, CommScope Applications Engineer, explains why in his white paper,  Return Loss Comparisons: Ground Based System vs. Short Remote Radio Head Jumper.