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Base Station Antennas and Equipment

Innovative technology that connects the world

CommScope's trusted solutions provide superior RF performance, control and reliability, while reducing total cost of ownership.

Our portfolio of base station antenna systems and accessories offers quality solutions for any challenge, including remote antenna tilt management and antennas designed for emerging applications such as MIMO and digital beam forming.

All CommScope base station antennas are 100 percent production tested in an anechoic chamber for VSWR and IM for consistent, trouble-free performance in the field. Each dual polarized antenna is also tested for isolation. To view these test results, visit our online WebTrak® Certified Reporting System.

  • Alleviate site acquisition issues in dense urban areas with Metro Cell small antennas
  • Achieve six-sector performance with just three Twin Beam antennas
  • Boost capacity in high-traffic locations with multibeam antennas
  • Simplify network convergence with Ultra-Wideband antennas, supporting all major air interfaces in nearly all frequency bands, including designs for the new 600 and 1400 MHz spectrum releases

Application Note: Multi Beam Antenna Planning

Learn how to increase capacity by using multi-beam antennas to densify your network.
Publish Date: August 31, 2015
Region: Global

Brochure: Metro Cell Best Practice Guide for a Successful Densification Strategy

CommScope’s Metro Cell best practice guide shares strategic insights for successful densification through offloading traffic to smaller outdoor cell sites. Learn more.
Publish Date: April 8, 2016
Region: Global

Brochure: Six-Sector Turnkey Solution

Capacity and Network Optimization Six-Sector Turnkey Solution: Boost capacity, minimize deployment expenses and streamline new service rollouts.Today’s mobile subscribers have a voracious appetite for data. As smartphones flood the wireless market, the demand for higher data throughput continues to skyrocket. As a resu
Publish Date: February 5, 2013
Region: Global

Tech Pub: Base Station Antenna Model Number Guide

Explanation of base station antenna model number nomenclature.
Publish Date: March 9, 2017
Region: Global

Tech Pub: BSA Product Testing Equipment And Standards

CommScope base station antennas meet extensive environmental/reliability testing criteria — tested/validated through IEC or ETSI standards.
Publish Date: March 1, 2017
Region: Global

Tech Pub: Painting radomes of CommScope base station antennas

This CommScope tech note provides general guidelines on how to paint CommScope base station antennas.
Publish Date: April 21, 2017
Region: Global

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Feb 21, 2017

Check out the narrowest 1400 MHz capable multiband antenna

New frequency bands are being rolled out in the wireless industry. CommScope is supporting them with ultra-wideband antennas, including the narrowest 1400 MHz capable multiband antenna on the market today. Marty Zimmerman explains more in this video blog, posted in anticipation of Mobile World Congress 2017.
Dec 9, 2016

Top 10 CommScope Innovations: Base Station Antenna Polarization Diversity

In a wireless network, polarization diversity makes it possible for operators to deploy one base station antenna instead of two while achieving the required diversity needed for reliable communications. DualPol was the brand name for the first polarization diversity antennas, which became part of CommScope through company acquisitions. Today, CommScope is a leader in mobile network antenna technology. Learn more about the history of this innovation in today’s blog post by Lou Meyer.
Dec 7, 2016

Top 10 CommScope Innovations: Base Station Antenna Beam Tilting

Today’s blog post announces one of the top 10 innovations made by CommScope (or one of its acquired companies)—base station antenna beam tilting. This innovation enabled wireless network operators to improve their coverage areas and network performance. The ability to adjust, optimize and control antenna patterns remains a key tool for delivering high-performing wireless networks to users, says blog author Lou Meyer.
Oct 14, 2016

CommScope Definitions: What Is an Internal Smart Bias Tee?

Remote electrical tilt (RET) is a unique base station antenna capability that enables operators to make adjustments to their networks remotely without having to climb up a cell tower and move antennas physically. A smart bias tee is part of a RET system, and an innovative way to implement the smart bias tee is to have it built directly into the antenna. Rob Cameron explains the technical details in today’s blog post.