Communications infrastructure provider JMA Wireless said it has made multiple advancements to its portfolio of antenna products.
The company said that the upgraded offerings include new models supporting both licensed and unlicensed spectrum.
“As mobile networks evolve, supporting antenna solutions must evolve in parallel, supporting both emerging unlicensed bands and future 5G NR technology. JMA’s Antenna Portfolio currently delivers the crucial link between customer devices and cellular networks worldwide. Enhancements will improve network operator performance, increase customer satisfaction, and support new technology enhancements at pace with market needs,” the company said in a release, adding that additions to its JMA’s antennas include “enhanced spectrum support including CBRS and LAA, providing a balanced approach to greater capacity and performance.”
Some of the upgrades include:
Specifically designed to support high-density sports & entertainment venues
A slim form factor encompassing 617 MHz -6GHz, 4×4 MIMO, 10&12 port design
New under seat models to support all licensed and unlicensed bands
-Small Cell Antennas
Narrow cylinder form factor models available from < 3 – 5.88 cubic feet
Remote electrical tilt on high band with higher gain and improved SINR (signal to noise ratio)
2’ 18 Port & 4’ 36 Port Models now support 698MHz-6GHz
Low profile enhanced aesthetics
Coverage for CBRS, LAA – supporting 617MHz-6GHz
3D pattern modeling providing accurate data for all ports
SISO & MIMO packages
Optimized OMNI pattern performance & coverage
MX line supports LTE as well as the evolution to 5G
Efficient Hexport configuration
FRO Technology improving electrical performance, cost and space needs
Support more active users with less spectrum per site
JMA Wireless designs and builds next generation in-building and outdoor mobile wireless systems that enable LTE, 5G, and CBRS services on mobile operator networks worldwide.
One of the company’s main solutions is the TEKO DAS, which provides cellular coverage and capacity for indoor and outdoor environments. One of its main components, the rack-mounted master unit (MU), combines different high-speed wireless technologies, such as LTE and UMTS, with multiple bands to serve the various needs of the environment. The TEKO DAS can introduce new services or enhance existing technology without any major system upgrades