AW3820-E-F

The AW3820-E-F is an 18 port 2.8-meter Tri-Sector canister that delivers high gain across low band (698 – 960 MHz) and high band (1710 – 2690 MHz). There are two low band ports per sector and four mid band ports per sector. Sectors are equally spaced at 120° separation at 0°, 120° and 240° azimuth.

The AW3820-E-F is an 18 port 2.8-meter Tri-Sector canister that delivers high gain across low band (698 – 960 MHz) and high band (1710 – 2690 MHz). There are two low band ports per sector and four mid band ports per sector. Sectors are equally spaced at 120° separation at 0°, 120° and 240° azimuth. This antenna provides remote electrical tilt (eRET) of the elevation beam that is independently controlled for each band. The AW3820-E-F offers a compact macro type solution in one of the slimmest Tri-Sector form factors in the market. This aesthetically pleasing solution enables network operators to locate antennas closer to users due to favourable planning views compared to other antenna solutions. This antenna can be mounted on monopoles of 330mm diameter or on rooftops.

Canisters provide multiple antennas into one attractive package. These canisters deliver an elegant macro solutions for pole-top, rooftop and street-works applications. Alpha Wireless produces the highest performance, smallest diameter canister in the marketplace.

Quick Specs

Freq: 698-960 MHz (6 Ports)
1710-2690 MHz (12 Ports)
Ports: 18
Beamwidth: 65⁰
Gain: 12.4, 17.8

Features

  • Multi-band Tri-sector antenna 698-960 / 1710-2690MHz.
  • Low PIM performance to reduce interference.
  • Independent tilt on each band.
  • Flange mount design.

Ordering Information

AW3820-E-F: Enclosed Remote Electrical Tilt (MET) with 4.3/10 Connectors

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