Trending Wireless Infrastructure Products in 2023: March Edition

Trending Wireless Infrastructure Products in 2023: March Edition

Wireless infrastructure products are the backbone of all wireless services that are used to create and manage wireless networks. Wireless communication networks transmit data over radio waves rather than traditional wired connections. everything RF has compiled a list of New Wireless infrastructure products that are new and trending on everything RF in March. For more wireless infrastructure products, visit the Wireless Infrastructure Hub on everything RF. We keep users up to date with new products, news, whitepapers, webinars, and events.

5G Band Pass Filter with Passband from 27.825 to 28.025 GHz

The WBEX5-27625-27825-28025-28225-30CC from Wainwright Instruments is a Band Pass Filter with a passband from 27825 to 28025 MHz. It can handle an input power of up to 10 W, has a passband insertion loss of less than 3.5 dB, and provides a stopband attenuation of more than 30 dB. This filter is manufactured using a 5-section waveguide design and is available in a module that measures 77.5 x 20.5 x 9.7 mm with 2.92 mm male/female connectors. It is suitable for use in 5G NR uplink & downlink Band n261 applications. Read more.

Quad-Band Quadruplexer from 1985 to 2970 MHz

The AM2000-2300-2620-2920QP179 from Anatech Electronics is a Quad Band Quadruplexer that operates from 1985 – 2015 MHz, 2285 – 2315 MHz, 2619 – 2621 MHz, and 2870 – 2970 MHz. It has an insertion loss of less than 5 dB and provides a rejection of more than 50 dB from adjacent bands. This quadruplexer can handle an input power of up to 10 dBm and has a VSWR of less than 1.5:1. It is available in a module that measures 83.0 x 60.7 x 32.0 mm with SMA-female connectors. Read more

200 W Power Tapper from 138 to 960 MHz for Public Safety DAS Applications

The RFPT-NF-PS6 from RF Industries is a Power Tapper that operates from 138 to 960 MHz. It can handle an input power of 200 W, has a split ratio of 4:1 and a PIM of less than -153 dBc (at 2x43 dBm tones). This power taper is available in an IP65-rated Aluminium module that measures 5.433 x 1.800 x 0.984 inches with N type (female) connectors and is designed for public safety DAS applications. 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 an 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

100 W, 10 dB Fixed Attenuator from 0.698 to 2.7 GHz

The LPA100-10-11WWP from MECA is a Fixed Attenuator that operates from 0.698 to 2.7 GHz. It provides an attenuation of 10 dB with an accuracy of ±1 dB and has a PIM of -161 dBc (2x20 W tones). This low PIM attenuator can handle an average input power of up to 100 W and a peak input power of 1.5 kW. It is available as a connectorized module that measures 11.10 x 4.75 x 3.13 inches with 7/16 DIN (male/female) connectors and is ideal for DAS/ODAS, in-building, base station, AWS, and wireless infrastructure applications. Read more

RF Over Fiber Module from 0.5 to 6000 MHz for DAS Applications

The RFoF-6GHz from RFOptic is an RF Over Fiber Module that operates from 0.5 to 6000 MHz. It includes a low-noise amplifier and provides an adjustable link gain of 27 dB (0.5 dB step size) with a noise figure of 6 dB when the LNA is turned ON. This module utilizes RFOptic’s unique technology that overcomes the loss caused by coaxial infrastructure in terms of EVM and ACLR over a wide range of signal levels over long distances. Read more

12 x 12 Fan-Out Handover Test System from 0.8 to 3 GHz

The Model 10282 from Weinschel by Spectrum Control is a 12 x 12 Handover Test System that operates from 0.8 to 3 GHz. It is constructed as a full fan-out network, meaning there is a non-blocked RF path between each input and output RF port. Each of the 144 paths includes its own individually controllable programmable attenuator, allowing the path’s signal to be adjusted in amplitude as desired. This provides for the ability to implement various fading or handoff scenarios to simulate signal handover between multiple BTS and user equipment. Read more

2-Port Triband Sector Antenna from 790 to 2690 MHz for Stadiums

The CNLPX3055F from CommScope is a 2-Port Sector Antenna that operates from 790 to 960 MHz, 1710 to 2170 MHz and 2300 to 2690 MHz. This ±45° polarized antenna provides a gain of up to 11.7 dBi and has a VSWR of 1.5:1. It has horizontal and vertical beamwidths of up to 55°, a front-to-back ratio of 40 dB and provides an upper sidelobe suppression (USLS) of 22 dB. The antenna produces rectangular patterns with sharp cut-off to cover a section of the crowd in stadiums. It includes 2x2 MIMO capabilities and the three bands are internally triplexed which allows a dual connector interface to be used. Read more

48-Port Multiband Tri-Sector Antenna from 698 - 960/1710 - 2690 MHz

The AW3940-E-C from Alpha Wireless is a 48-Port Multiband Tri-Sector Antenna that operates from 698 to 960 MHz (low band) and 1710 to 2690 MHz (mid-band). It has three sector canisters with sector orientation at 0°, 120° and 240° in the azimuth plane and an equal spacing of 120° between each sector. This ±45° slant linear polarized antenna has 8 ports per sector for both frequency bands, provides a gain of up to 17.8 dBi (mid-band) and has a VSWR of less than 1.5. It can handle an input power of up to 300 W per port, provides an isolation of more than 25 dB and has a passive intermodulation of -150 dBc. Read more

6-Port Dual-Band Base Station Sector Antenna from 694 to 2690 MHz

The P6BTEU01 from Kaelus is a 6-Port Base Station Sector Antenna that operates from 694 – 960 MHz and 1695 – 2690 MHz. This ±45° cross-polarized antenna provides a gain of 18.5 dBi and has a VSWR of less than 1.5:1. It has an azimuth beamwidth of 65° and an elevation beamwidth of 8° with an elevation downtilt from 2° to 12°. This AISG-compatible antenna is based on an innovative slotted disc antenna technology and ensures a high gain over an extended tilt range. It supports 2x2 MIMO from 694 – 960 MHz and 4x4 MIMO from 1695 – 2690 MHz. Read more

1.2 m Point-to-Point Base Station Antenna from 7.725 to 8.5 GHz

The UXA4-78AD from Radio Frequency Systems is a Point-to-Point (PtP) Base Station Antenna that operates from 7.725 to 8.5 GHz. This dual-polarized antenna provides a gain of 37 dB and has a VSWR of less than 1.08:1. It has a 3 dB beamwidth of 2.1° and a front-to-back ratio of 62 dB. The antenna has a cross-polar discrimination of 38 dB to provide complete isolation between the radions in each polarization. It allows an elevation adjustment of ±5°, an azimuth adjustment of ±5°, and a polarization adjustment of ±5°. Read more

1.2 m Directional Dish Antenna from 4.9 to 6.4 GHz for MIMO Applications

The CSPD4-6C5X from RadioWaves is a Directional Dish Antenna that operates from 4.9 to 6.4 GHz. It has a parabolic reflector that measures 1.2 m (4 feet) in diameter and provides a gain of 36 dBi. This antenna has a ±45° slant or V/H polarization, a front-to-back ratio of 42 dB and a VSWR of less than 2.5:1. It is suitable for multiple-input and multiple-output (MIMO) applications and a variety of enterprise, industrial, telecom operators, radio OEMs, network deployment and backhaul applications. Read more

900 Mbps Point-to-Point Microwave Radio for Licensed/Unlicensed Bands from 6 to 24 GHz

The Transcend 900 from Advantech Wireless is a Point-to-Point Microwave Radio that operates in licensed and unlicensed bands from 6 to 24 GHz. It provides a full-duplex throughput of up to 900 Mbps with software-adjustable channel bandwidths from 3.5 and 112 MHz and a hitless adaptive modulation scheme from QPSK to 1024 QAM. This radio has an integrated antenna and provisions traffic capacity based on priority or can change it dynamically (adaptively) to provide the best throughput (can be according to CoS priorities, or QoS for VoIP traffic). Read more

6 GHz, 7 Gbps Wi-Fi 6E Point-to-Multipoint Backhaul Radio for Dense Environment

The A6 from Mimosa is a Point-to-Multipoint Backhaul Radio that operates from 5150 to 6425 MHz for Wi-Fi 6E applications. It supports 20, 40, 80, and 160 MHz channels, 8x8 multi-user MIMO, and delivers a data rate of up to 7 Gbps (UL/DL). This access point utilizes BPSK-1024QAM, OFDMA, and other PHY layer technologies to ensure sufficient AP capacity to handle large populations in dense urban/rural environments. It includes a dual-linearly polarized XPIC antenna that provides a gain of 16 dBi and has a front-to-back ratio of more than 30 dB. Read more

700/800 MHz Fiber-optic Digital Repeater for Public Safety Applications

The FiRe-78-8-U from ADRF is a 700/800 MHz Fiber-optic Digital Repeater that is designed for public safety applications. It has a downlink operating frequency from 758 – 775 MHz and 851 - 861 MHz and an uplink frequency from 788 – 805 MHz and 806 – 816 MHz. This repeater utilizes digital signal processing (DSP) filtering technology to eliminate adjacent channel interference for band selectivity and supports up to two non-contiguous wideband and thirty-two noncontiguous narrowband filters. Read more

DC to 5.8 GHz N-female Bulkhead Surge Protector for 400-Series Cable

The AL6-NF-14-9 from L-Com is an In-line Gas Discharge Tube based Surge Protector that operates from DC to 5.8 GHz. It has an insertion loss of less than 0.7 dB and VSWR of 1.3. The device has an RMS dielectric withstanding voltage of 2500 V and a gas discharge breakdown voltage of 90V. This surge protector has a contact resistance of less than 1 megaohms and an insulation resistance of over 5000 megaohms. 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 of powerful thinkRF sensors (SXM nodes) to collect RF spectrum data, a cloud to store data with maximum cybersecurity and an insightful software (SXM API) that provides advanced analytics to users. The insights are delivered to users on their laptop or desktop allowing them to eliminate threats. Read more

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