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Buses upgraded for 4G/LTE using Huber + Suhner's SENCITY Road MIMO antennas

June 23, 2014

HUBER+SUHNER has continued to develop the SENCITY® Road antenna family and now offers two models featuring MIMO technology.


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Huber + Suhner cable assemblies for antennas employed by NSN in China

April 28, 2014

The leading mobile services provider in Mainland China, NSN, is now deploying 4G/LTE technology, which uses LISCA cable assemblies from Huber + Suhner for the mobile communications antennas.


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Huber + Suhner opens new production centre in China

International
June 17, 2013

Huber + Suhner opened its new state-of-the-art facility in Changzhou, East China, which will enable the company to manufacture products from all three core technologies – radio frequency, fiber optics and low frequency – in China.


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Huber + Suhner Expands SENCITY Antenna Family

February 8, 2010
Huber + Suhner is growing its family of SENCITY® MIMO antennas, which are compliant with the IEEE 802.11n standard and designed for powering innovative, high throughput WiFi connectivity solutions. The new Directional SENCITY MIMO antenna is designed for 5 GHz WLAN and uses the robust small SENCITY SPOT-S planar...
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A Self-extinguishing Gas Capsule Protector

July 6, 2005
In modern society, electronic systems impact significantly on everyday life, for individuals, commerce, industry and the community as a whole. Their safe and reliable operation is generally taken for granted, as is the humble surge protector that plays such a vital role in maintaining transceiver structures and ensuring the...
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An Ultrabroadband Indoor Antenna with Style

July 1, 2003
Wireless communication applications have really taken off over the past two decades. In addition to voice services, wireless systems are now also handling an increasing volume of data traffic, with a demand for high transmission capacities. To provide these capacities, mobile radio cells (AMPS, GSM, PCS and UMTS) are...
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