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Improving Network Capacity by Minimizing Passive Intermodulation (PIM)

Modern wireless high-speed data networks use tightly grouped channels and complex modulation schemes to enable transmitting vast amounts of data. This in association with ultra-sensitive receivers may face unanticipated but serious capacity losses if the network is disturbed by Passive Intermodulation, or PIM for short. Generally, modulating RF signals is necessary to transport information, but […]

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Boonton 4240 Average Power Meter performs great

Boonton 4240 performs better: RF power measurements are essential in any RF product phase: design, production, maintenance, alignment and service. Hence, it is very important to have a RF power meter which can provide high speed measurements in a production environment, as well as the simplicity of operation for bench top or field use. Boonton […]

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Tough Environmental Conditions for Outdoor Equipment

Wireless systems have to work in extreme conditions. IP-rated components are the only way to protect the system and ensure proper functionality.

Hot, Cold, Dusty or Wet – Wireless Systems Have To Perform Whether we talk about cellular base stations (BTS, eNodeB) or outdoor Distributed Antenna Systems (DAS), wireless infrastructure is always subject to the environment. Still, it has to work flawlessly and  under quite challenging conditions. Let us just imagine the scorching heat and the dust storms […]

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