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Radio Frequency components used in the Wi-Fi hotspot on the Fan Mile in Berlin

September saw the start of the pilot phase of a public gigabit Wi-Fi access point on the famous Fan Mile in Berlin, Germany. HUBER+SUHNER is providing Wi-Fi antennas and coaxial cables, thus playing its part in enabling users in the area to surf, chat and stream for free for 30 minutes.

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Electrical Wire Processing Technology Expo
Electrical Wire Processing Technology Expo

The 20th National Electrical Wire Processing Technology Expo has become the largest dedicated  wire processing event of the year. Visitors have access to all the equipment, instruments, tools, materials and supplies used in wire & cable harness assemblies, inspection and repair. 

13/5/2020 - 14/5/2020
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Small cells and DAS (Distributed Antenna Systems) will play a key role in the deployment of 5G networks. They allow wireless systems to support more users and faster speeds. Small cells are typically dedicated to a single carrier. DAS systems have additional management functions that allow them to support more than one service provider and are mainly installed within buildings.
 
To support 5G, these antennas have been developed for transmission at higher frequencies. Those are less overloaded than lower frequencies, but also create challenges: Since the signals at higher frequencies are not so strong, interferences from walls and trees can arise. The solution to bypass these is to install smaller antennas everywhere - on light  and telephone poles, traffic lights, roofs and throughout the interior of buildings.
 
The HUBER+SUHNER antenna families cover frequency ranges up to 6 GHz. Thanks to these extremely broadband radiation properties, cost-intensive and space-wasting installation of separate antennas for individual applications is unnecessary, facilitating the integration of distributed antenna systems in existing buildings with reasonable material and installation expense and simultaneously enabling an aesthetic design. Excellent intermodulation behaviour makes these antennas deeply interesting for DAS in a multi-operator environment.

In this newsletter we present the recently launched SENCITY Occhio antenna for DAS. This new antenna is another example of a 5G ready antenna from HUBER+SUHNER after the successfull launch of the SENCITY Urban antennas for small cells a month ago.

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