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Shielding Effectiveness in Broadband Networks

A drop cable’s performance is a function of its design and is a major part of signal integrity.
Publish Date: August 3, 2015
Region: Global

Brochure: Alternative Jacket Solutions

CommScope's Alternative Jacket™ cable jacket helps to resist rodent chews reducing costly maintenance, signal degradation, signal leakage, and, in severe cases, outages.
Publish Date: February 13, 2017
Region: Global

Product Flyer: XPRESSPREP and XPRESSPREP Plus Drop Cables

With the increase in demand for bandwidth, signal interference is becoming more of a concern. XPRESSPREP and XPRESSPREP Plus cables provide superior shielding performance in the LTE band, preventing ingress and egress.
Publish Date: November 15, 2016
Region: Global

White Paper: Alternative Jacket

Alternative Jacket with rodent repellents helps to avoid outside plant cable damage.
Publish Date: November 1, 2012
Region: Global

May 12, 2017

Mythbusting Coaxial Drop Cable

When it comes to drop cable, there are an awful lot of myths out there – from connecting to cleaning. CommScope’s Mark Alrutz breaks down his top five myths.
Jan 3, 2017

Top 10 CommScope Innovations: P3 Design and Process for Coaxial Cable

So, just how important was the P3 design and process for the cable television industry? Most global operators have used this cable, or a competitive version, for more than 30 years in their networks, allowing high-speed internet delivery to residences and buildings. P3 was key to CommScope’s early growth in the cable television market and the success of the company. Learn about this top 10 innovation by reading Rob Wessels' blog.
Dec 21, 2016

Top 10 CommScope Innovations: Outside Plant Closure Solutions

As we continue our look at the top 10 innovations in CommScope’s history, we invite you to look at the outside plant closure solutions. They’ve come a long way! Christiaan Radelet has more in this blog post
Sep 27, 2016

Expect More: Addressing MSO Challenges (Part 2)

In part 2 of Mark Alrutz’s blog series, he explores deployment challenges in FTTH and the one common denominator that can make or break the network.