Continuing its quest to change the way wireless networks are built, market leading antenna solutions provider, Alpha Wireless, is pleased to announce the launch of its AW3724 and AW3725 small cell antennas.
Martin Barrett, Director Global Solution Development at Alpha Wireless, comments, “As part of our ongoing drive to innovate and grow our small cell family of products, we’re delighted to bring these two new small cell products to the market. Both these multiport, multiband antennas allow neutral hosts to work with multiple mobile network operators, which is a significant benefit.”
Characterised by their ultra-compact design for low visual impact, the AW3724 and AW3725 small cell antennas offer extended low and mid-band frequency options together with CBRS and LAA spectrum capabilities. High port count enables use by multiple operators with enclosed remote electrical tilt (eRET) also available.
“These small cell antennas have been specifically designed to help improve coverage and capacity, especially for densely populated areas such as sports venues, stadiums and amusement parks. They can be easily mounted to lamp posts, walls and utility poles, so they offer maximum versatility as to where they can be deployed,” adds Barrett.
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About Alpha Wireless
Alpha Wireless is a market-leading specialist in the design and manufacture of high performance, superior quality antenna solutions.
As the advent of 5G technologies takes hold, Alpha Wireless’s goal is to enable the roll out of next-generation telecommunications networks, globally. As consumers’ appetite for mobile connectivity and data soars, we never stop innovating to ensure that our antennas are future ready.
We work closely with network operators, neutral hosts, OEMs and municipalities to design solutions that meet their individual requirements, are cost effective and help overcome environmental challenges and economic pressures, while preserving the natural landscape.
Alpha Wireless committed to…Changing the way wireless networks are built.