Tower mounted amplifiers have now become a common addition to most macro base station systems. They increase overall system performance and are now easily mounted and monitored. Tower mounted amplifiers can provide significant BTS performance improvement for a moderate investment. Lance Wilson, research director, mobile networks, notes, “The use of tower mounted amplifiers in wireless infrastructure base station systems represents one of the most cost effective ways of improving overall system performance.”
Analog Devices invites you to visit its booth at the IEEE International Microwave Symposium (IMS) to explore ADI's high performance RF ICs and world-leading data converters, covering bits to antenna and back.
Computer Simulation Technology AG (CST) and EMSS - EM Software & Systems-S.A. (Pty) Ltd announced the release of the fourth major version of Antenna Magus. With this major version 4.0 release, Antenna Magus has crossed the 200 antenna mark – a significant number of antenna designs – further entrenching the product as the world’s leading antenna design tool.
CST is pleased to announce that Delcross Technologies’ EMIT (Electromagnetic Interference Toolkit) is now available through the CST of America sales channel. The software will be fully supported by CST’s skilled team of electromagnetic specialists.
Pulse Electronics Corp. introduces a high performance programmable antenna that enables LTE connectivity on mobile-connected laptop computers. The antenna can switch frequencies easily to accommodate both low and high operating bands. With a maximum height of 1mm, this low profile antenna fits the design of ultra thin laptops.
PCTEL Inc. announced that the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office notified PCTEL that its patent application, which describes an invention that will protect antenna installations from vandalism, will issue as U.S. patent number 8,162,698 on April 24, 2012.
Diamond Antenna Europe BVBA has been formed as a joint venture between AML Microtechnique Lorraine S.A. and Diamond Antenna and Microwave Corp. to manufacture rotary joints in Metz, France. The venture will provide production, customer service, and sales to designated European markets.