The RadWire distributed antenna system has been multi-banded to accommodate all three wireless bands
The RadWire distributed antenna system has been multi-banded to accommodate all three wireless bands. Originally, the system was band-specific requiring a different coaxial-to-wire transition for each of the three wireless bands. Now it possible for all wireless providers to share the same in-building RadWire system. The improved product now covers Cellular/ESMR/Paging, DCS1800/PCS1900/3G and 2.4-2.5 GHz ISM utilizing a single broadband transition. The transition converts the wireless signal into a surface-wave that is simultaneously guided and radiated by the wire. RadWire can provide superior in-building wireless coverage at low cost replacing radiating coaxial cable, standard coaxial cable, and individual antennas with a single-wire radiating transmission line that serves as a high-efficiency distributed antenna. The wire itself may be spliced with crimp tools and butt-splice connectors. Existing systems may be retrofitted without replacing the transition cone by merely replacing the older style transition with the broadband unit.
Rubytron, 117 North Ridge Street, Port Chester, NY 10573. Tel: 914-937-6376; Fax: 914-690-0631.