RFS presented its advanced wireless infrastructure solutions at Critical Communications World 2014
The company showcased its TETRA/LTE-ready portfolio of lowest loss RF cables, radiating cables, antennas and RF components for in-tunnel and in-building distributed antenna systems (DAS)
Global wireless and broadcast infrastructure specialist Radio Frequency Systems (RFS) showcased this week its advanced portfolio of cables, antennas and radio frequency (RF) components for in-tunnel and in-building wireless communications networks at the Critical Communications World 2014 exhibition in Singapore.
RFS presented its TETRA/LTE-ready portfolio of lowest loss RF cables, radiating cables, antennas and RF components for in-tunnel and in-building distributed antenna systems (DAS). The company also showcased the new series of axially directive radiating cables, which rounds out the best-in-class RADIAFLEX® portfolio for in-tunnel and in-building wireless applications. The cables provide superior performance for TETRA/GSM-Rail deployments, feature RFS' patented higher order mode suppression technique, as well as support commercial and essential radio services from 75MHz to 2,700MHz.
"Our new RADIAFLEX axially directive radiating cables are specifically designed for in-tunnel, mission-critical wireless communications," said Dr Peter Raabe, RFS global product line director of transmission lines and wireless indoor solutions. "They are optimised to radiate signals for directive train antennas. They offer the lowest total cost solution and lowest system loss for long radiating cable runs. They are another key addition to our complete portfolio of infrastructure solutions, which offers all the elements needed to properly deploy an effective and efficient in-tunnel network."
The Company also exhibited its RF broadband DAS products, including aluminium and copper low-loss coaxial RF CELLFLEX® feeder cables and in-building antennas. These are complemented by RF components for mission-critical UHF, TETRA, GSM-Rail, signalling, CCTV multi-band and infrastructure applications, as well as ISM/Wi-Fi and commercial 2G/3G/4G (LTE) in-building and in-tunnel networks.