Trending Wireless Infrastructure Products in 2022: September Edition

Trending Wireless Infrastructure Products in 2022: September Edition

The foundation of the contemporary wireless communication sector is wireless infrastructure. Wireless infrastructure includes a wide range of product categories, such as base stations, radios, antennas, emulators, hand-over test systems, spectrum monitors, and much more. With the ongoing rise in user demands, the industry has recently begun to transition toward millimeter wave (mmWave) frequencies to fulfill future needs for very high capacity and ultra-low network latency. In this article, everything RF has compiled a list of top Wireless Infrastructure products that are trending on our website in September 2022.

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3.6 Gbps Terragraph-Certified Backhaul Radio from 57 to 66 GHz

The cnWave V3000 from Cambium Networks is a Backhaul Radio that operates from 57 to 66 GHz. It provides easy, fast, and cost-effective wireless gigabit connectivity for edge access and/or high-capacity backhaul for edge access solutions at a significantly lower TCO than fiber infrastructure. The radio is certified for Facebook Terragraph and is highly efficient at handling high-density deployments in cities and suburban areas. Read more.

RF-over-Fiber Tx/Rx Link Modules from 30 MHz to 3 GHz

The OZ52x Series from Optical Zonu are RF-over-Fiber Links that operate from 30 MHz to 3 GHz. They consist of an individual linear (analog) transmitter (Tx) and receiver (Rx) modules to create an analog over fiber one-way unidirectional link. These links support RF transport in situations where transport distance or flexibility of cabling may prohibit the use of coaxial cables. Read more.

50 W Power Splitters from 138 to 960 MHz for Public Safety Applications

The DPSL240 Series from Sinclair are 2/3/4-Way RF Power Splitters that operate from 138 to 960 MHz. They can handle an average input power of 50 W and a peak input power of up to 200 W. These splitters provide isolation of more than 17 dB and have an insertion loss of less than 7 dB. They cover all public safety bands such as VHF, UHF, and 700/800/900 MHz and deliver outstanding electrical performance for optimal reception and clear voice over the network. Read more.

IP65-Rated, 250 W Multiband Hexaplexer from 694 to 3800 MHz

The 570765-DS from Spinner is a Multiband Hexaplexer that operates from 694 – 870/880 – 960/1710 – 1880/1920 – 2170/2500 – 2700/3400 – 3800 MHz. It can handle a CW input power of up to 250 W (per port) and has an insertion loss of less than 0.8 dB. This hexaplexer has an input-to-output ratio of 6:1 and provides inter-port isolation of more than 50 dB. Read more.

100 W Triple-Band Duplexer from 824 to 2155 MHz

The EMX3-B5-B2-B4-100-2UT from Excelwave is a Triple Band Duplexer that operates from 824 to 2155 MHz. In downlink mode, it has passbands from 869 – 894/1930 – 1990/2110 – 2155 MHz and an insertion loss of less than 1 dB. In uplink mode, it has passbands from 824 – 849/1850 – 1910/1710 – 1755 MHz and an insertion loss of less than 1 dB. Read more.

Real-Time & Continuous Spectrum Intelligence Platform

The Spectrum eXperience Management (SXM) System from thinkRF is a real-time wireless infrastructure monitoring/intelligence platform. It provides continuous monitoring of all major 4G and 5G parameters with immediate notification of any new, changed, or discontinued deployments in an area. SXM comprises powerful thinkRF sensors (SXM nodes) to collect RF spectrum data, a cloud to store data with maximum cybersecurity, and insightful software (SXM API) that provides advanced analytics to users. Read more.

8-Port Panel Antenna from 690 - 960 / 1710 - 2690 MHz

The APXVB3L26B-C-I20 from RFS World is an 8-Port Panel Antenna that operates from 690 to 960 MHz (2 ports) and 1710 to 2690 MHz (6 ports). In the lower band (690 – 960 MHz), it provides a gain of 17 dB and has a VSWR of 1.5:1. It has an azimuth beamwidth (3 dB) from 67.3° to 69.3°, a vertical beamwidth (3 dB) from 6.9° to 7.8° and allows an electrical downtilt from 2 to 11°. Read more.

10-Port Multiband Panel Antenna from 698 to 4200 MHz for High-Capacity Venues

The AW3936-T0-F from Alpha Wireless is a 10-Port Multiband Panel Antenna that operates from 698 – 960 MHz (x2), 1695 – 2170 MHz (x2), 2300 – 2700 MHz (x2), and 3300 – 4200 MHz (x4). It has a highly-focused radiation pattern optimized for stadiums and high-capacity venues/events. This high-capacity venue antenna supports both legacy 4G and new 5G spectrum making it ideal for upgrading venue infrastructure. Read more.

10-Port Base Station Sector Antenna from 694 to 960 / 1695 to 2690 MHz

The P6BPMU01 from Kaelus is a 10-Port Base Station Sector Antenna that operates from 694 to 960 MHz (2 ports) and 1695 to 2690 MHz (8 ports). This ±45° cross-polarized antenna is based on Kaelus’ Innovative slotted disc technology and supports 2x2 MIMO on low band and 4x4 MIMO on mid-band. In the low band, it provides a gain of 16.1 dBi and has a VSWR of less than 1.5:1. Read more.

8-Port Panel Antennas from 617 to 2690 MHz

The 12082x from CellMax are 8-Port Panel Antennas that operate from 617 to 894 MHz (4 ports) and 1695 to 2690 MHz (4 ports). These cross-polarized antennas provide a gain of 21 dBi and have a VSWR of less than 1.5:1. They have a horizontal beamwidth of 65°, an elevation beamwidth of up to 10.1°, and a front-to-back ratio of more than 25 dB. Read more.

380 Mbps 4x4 MIMO Backhaul Radio from 5.150 to 5.925 GHz

The Edge 1025 from Proxim is a Backhaul Radio that operates from 5.150 to 5.925 GHz. It has an integrated dual-polarity antenna that provides a gain of 15 dBi. This radio supports the OFDM/BPSK-QAM256 modulation technique with channel sizes of 20 MHz and 40 MHz (license upgrade to 80 MHz). It delivers a throughput of 380 Mbps in the 4x4 MIMO mode (which requires an external antenna). Read more.

700 Mbps Outdoor Wireless Point-to-Point Bridges from 4.9 to 6.1 GHz

The LigoPTP 5-N/5-23 RapidFire Solutions from LigoWave are Outdoor Wireless Point-to-Point Bridges that operate from 4.9 to 6.1 GHz. They use a unique and powerful RF design that supports up to 256-QAM modulation and provides a throughput of 700 Mbps. These bridges use LigoWave’s proprietary W-Jet V protocol that has been specifically engineered for high-performing PTP scenarios to minimize interferences even across long distances and stabilizes latency within 2-4 ms. Read more.

mmWave On-Glass 5G Repeater from 37.6 to 40 GHz

The Echo 5G from Pivotal is a mmWave 5G Repeater that operates from 37.6 to 40 GHz. This on-glass repeater utilizes holographic beamforming (HBF) technology and has been designed to counteract signal loss at millimeter-wave frequencies. It consists of an outdoor unit (ODU) and an indoor unit (IDU) that enables outdoor-to-indoor signal transitions to deliver an immersive 5G mmWave experience with a latency of 5ns. Read more.

5 W Channelized Digital Repeater from 380 to 512 MHz

The PSR-U-9537-U from Advanced RF Communication is a Channelized Digital Repeater that operates from 380 to 512 MHz. This 5 W digital duplex repeater provides a composite output power of 27 dBm (uplink), 37 dBm (downlink), with a system gain of 95 dBm, and a noise figure of less than 3.5 dBm. It has up to 8 non-contagious narrowband filters, and one wideband filter. Read more.

Tower Mounted Amplifiers for 1800/2100/2600 MHz Systems

The MI-158 Series from Kaelus are Tower Mounted Amplifiers that are designed to be deployed in co-located 1800, 2100, and 2600 MHz systems with wideband antennas. In downlink mode, they have passbands from 1805 – 1880/2110 – 2170/2620 – 2690 MHz and an insertion loss of 0.5 dB. In uplink mode, these amplifiers have passbands from 1710 – 17895/1920 – 1980/2500 – 2570 MHz, provide a gain of 12 dB and have a noise figure of 1.4 dB. Read more.

USB Controlled Cable & Antenna Analyzer from 150 kHz to 4 / 6 GHz

The S331P from Anritsu is an ultra-portable Cable and Antenna Analyzer that is available in two frequency configurations - 150 kHz to 4 GHz and 150 kHz to 6 GHz. Addressing the market need for broad frequency coverage and high performance in an extremely compact and economical design, it provides wireless operators, contractors, DAS installers, public safety network installers, and maintenance professionals with the first pocket-sized headless cable and antenna analyzer that can measure the new LTE-U frequencies. Read more.

Sub-6 GHz/mmWave 5GNR Base Station Transceiver System

The S9101A from Keysight is a 5G-NR Base Station Transceiver System for automated testing of 5G NR infrastructure equipment in the FR1 (sub-6 GHz) and FR2 (24-44 GHz) spectrum bands. It supports the testing of 5G NR components, including remote radio heads (RRH), distributed units (DU), active antenna arrays, amplifiers, and chipsets. Read more.

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