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CommScope offers state-of-the-art pressurization systems that minimize corrosion caused by moisture and eliminate voltage breakdown (arcing).

By applying positive pressure of dry air to your transmission lines, you can reduce performance-impacting moisture and optimize the performance of your antenna components. In addition, keeping your lines dry lowers your maintenance costs and reduces service interruptions.

Broadcaster’s ordering guide

For US broadcasters transitioning away from 600 MHz, CommScope’s HELIAX® portfolio is the top solution for all kinds of outdoor RF cabling needs.
Publish Date: June 6, 2017
Region: Global

Brochure: CommScope DryLine® Dehydrator Solutions

Today’s RF path is more sensitive than ever to signal disruption—especially when it comes to moisture. Learn more.
Publish Date: August 15, 2016
Region: Global

Brochure: DryLine Sahara Automated Membrane Dehydrator

Dryline Sahara means high-volume drying technology for high-efficiency operation. It’s the cutting-edge dehydrator built for TV and radio broadcasters.
Publish Date: February 10, 2017
Region: Global

Sep 16, 2015

Less Interference for More Backhaul Capacity

Mobile backhaul is an important component of wireless networks and cannot be ignored in the transition from 3G to 4G and soon to 5G. In fact, backhaul is currently one of the biggest investments for carriers. Groundbreaking microwave antenna technology is making it possible for mobile operators to achieve their key performance indicators (KPIs) for backhaul. To learn more, see today’s blog post by Donald Gardner.
Jul 13, 2015

Installing an LTE Cell Site

The most common source of the performance-degrading interference called passive intermodulation (PIM) is poor installation. That’s what CommScope’s Site Solutions and Services team has discovered over the years while performing audits of existing LTE sites. Installation errors are often related to improper connections that create PIM-generating problems. See today’s blog post by Mike Fabbri for more information and a link to the LTE Best Practices ebook.
May 22, 2014

Back to Basics in Microwave Systems: Polarization

Derren Oliver previews course content about microwave antenna polarization from the online Microwave Radio Antenna Link Fundamentals course. Part of the CommScope Infrastructure Academy, the full online course can be completed for a certification that is valid for three years.