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Understand Passive Intermodulation (PIM) For Successful Wireless Network Modernization

Preventing Negative Network Performance Issues Pervasive network performance issues are a consistent presence in wireless communications. Yet in today’s competitive and rapidly growing wireless communications industry, no provider can afford to ignore them. As networks expand and increase in complexity, disruptive issues such as passive intermodulation (PIM) will only worsen – negatively impacting the entire […]

Wireless 23 August 2017

Why Now Is The Time To Learn About Wired and Wireless Cabling Infrastructures

Passive infrastructure – the physical technology that allows us to connect and communicate – is the driving force behind modern networks. For organizations striving to make most effective use of people, workspaces and business systems – this infrastructure provides flexibility, reliability and security; all key to enabling optimum worker productivity and corporate efficiency. In short, […]

Wireless 16 August 2017

5 Ways to Improve Wireless Coverage and Capacity

Why Do We Need To Improve Wireless Bandwidth Availability? How many devices do you currently have access to that require wireless bandwidth? Thinking about your home environment, your work environment and everywhere in between, you’re likely to have mobile phones, iPads or other tablets, laptops, eReaders, smartwatches, games consoles, cameras – and more – as […]

Wireless 9 August 2017

Interference Isolation in Wireless Systems

What causes RF interference and complications? We explore the causes, review considerations that must be made to avoid interference, and review example challenges that stand in the way effective signals?   RF Interference: What is it, and why does it occur? An RF communications system that employs simultaneous, two-way flow of voice, data or other […]

Wireless 2 August 2017

How To Increase Antenna Signal Strength Through Design

Antennas are a core component of modern passive infrastructure. Understanding how to specify, design and install them is crucial to maintaining successful network performance the design of an antenna can have a substantial impact on signal strength. Because of this, below we’ve outlined key antenna design considerations to increase signal strength.   Vertical and horizontal antenna […]

Wireless 19 July 2017

How Do Wireless Networks Transmit Data?

RF wireless infrastructure helps to shape the networks we know today; in fact, an integrated approach to wireless infrastructure can boost-end user adoption, leverage existing infrastructure and applications, enable enhanced working and reduced costs. Supported and complemented by cabling infrastructure, wireless is a core part of effective networks. But how do wireless networks actually work? […]

Wireless 12 July 2017

Cellular Wireless 1G, 2G, 3G, 4G, 5G – Watch The Evolution

Wireless networks – and demand for them – are ever growing and evolving. So how have cellular wireless networks changed since the early days of 1G and where are we heading next?     The Start of the Mobile Generation: Cellular wireless networks have developed a long way from the first mobile phone systems. Since the […]

Wireless 5 July 2017

Considerations to Reduce Passive Intermodulation (PIM)

For a wireless cellular network to achieve its full operating potential, each sector within the network must perform up to its design standard. Reducing Passive Intermodulation (PIM) is a key component of maintaining an efficient network. When this does not occur, the economic impact to the service provider can be substantial: Lost revenue at that […]

Wireless 21 June 2017

Get the Maximum Available RF Signal by Fine Tuning Your Antennas

As more and more devices join our networks and use up valuable bandwidth, what can we do to keep our networks functioning? More and more devices are eating up available wireless bandwidth and we need to ensure that we have the maximum available RF signal by fine tuning antennas. If you think about how many […]

Wireless 14 June 2017

Key Differences: Small Cells vs. Distributed-Antenna-Systems

The Key Differences Between Small Cells vs. Distributed-Antenna-Systems: Despite the general similarities in power output, coverage area and size, DAS and the various small cell solutions differ greatly in terms of how they operate. DAS is a point-to-multipoint solution in which the DAS headend shares and receives signals with all remote nodes simultaneously. By simulcasting […]

Wireless 30 March 2017