MatSing, an innovator of high-capacity lens antennas, announced general availability of its new 3-beam MBA product set designed to address capacity issues, while maximizing spectrum utilization, in a rapid and effective manner for all carriers and mobile network operators.
The demand for data and video connectivity typically outpaces global network builds resulting in network providers needing to constantly upgrade their network, often with new infrastructure. An antenna solution providing immediate capacity relief with the ability to scale cost-effectively to address future needs is much needed. MatSing, via its patented lens technology, provides future-proof antennas for enhanced capacity augmentation and greater area of coverage to deliver performance, operational and financial benefits for our customers.
MatSing’s new 3-beam product set, part of its Gen-II portfolio, includes several spherical lens antennas addressing low and mid band deployments ranging from 600 MHz to 4.2GHz. Some of the new antennas introduced include:
- MS-MBA-3-L4A2 with three isolated L-Band (698 to 960 MHz) cross-polarized beams with each beam having 4 ports for 4x4 MIMO
- MS-MBA-3-H8A2 with three isolated H-Band (1695 to 2690 MHz) dual-polarized beams with each beam having four independent antennas and eight ports to support 8x8 MIMO
- MS-MBA-3-F4A3 with three isolated F-Band (3300 to 4200 MHz) cross-polarized beams with each beam having 4 ports for 4x4 MIMO
- MS-MBA-3.3-F4A3-H4A2 with three isolated F-Band (3300 to 4200 MHz) cross-polarized beams and three isolated H-Band (1695 to 2690 MHz) cross-polarized beams with each beam having 4 ports for 4x4 MIMO.
“Our 3-beam lens antenna set is further proof of the continuous innovation we make with our unique and patented lens technology,” said MatSing CEO Bo Larsson. “With our new products, we are able to address multiple bands, deliver the best signal quality in the industry with high gain and narrow beamwidth while significantly improving the data capacity and throughput with the combination of high SINR and reduced side and back lobes. Ultimately, we are focused on quick network deployment and provisioning to deliver the high-capacity network with minimal infrastructure. We are pleased to share that our new 3-beam antennas are being deployed globally today and our team is preparing to introduce other innovative and cost-effective product sets soon.”
The MatSing team will be at Mobile World Congress in Las Vegas from September 26-28 in meeting room 668MR and will be available to discuss the new 3-beam lens antenna product set and other solutions in detail.