The OfficeCell distributed antenna system (DAS) utilizes single-mode fiber to distribute RF energy within a building structure for cellular and PCS carriers
Repeater Technologiesell distributed antenna system (DAS) utilizes single-mode fiber to distribute RF energy within a building structure for cellular and PCS carriers. As many as 16 remotes can be driven from one centralized hub unit. It features single-mode fiber with connectors and 12 dBm output power for CDMA. The remote units and the hub will be interfaced with RepeaterNet network management system (NMS) for remote monitoring and control of all active elements in the network.
RepeaterLink will allow the company's Over-the-Air Network Repeaters to be converted to Fiber-Linked Network Repeaters for both the 850 MHz and 1900 MHz bands. This gives an operator the ability to use fiber to remote the RF of a base station 20 km away. RepeaterLink uses a single-mode fiber with full duplex operation.
Both the OA850C and 1900C Network Repeaters have their output power at 7 watts per carrier. The current repeaters are compatible with cdmaOne and cdma2000 Phase 1 or what is known as 1XRTT.
RepeaterCells will be compatible with multicarrier cdmaOne and cdma2000 (1XRTT and 3XRTT) networks at both 850 MHz and 1900 MHz and W-CDMA at 2100 MHz and have an over-the-air interface and a fiber-linked interface via RepeaterLink. Remote monitoring and control is available with the company's RepeaterNet NMS.
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