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FlexWave® Prism

The FlexWave® Prism is the most flexible, scalable and complete solution for addressing coverage and capacity needs for current and emerging wireless networks. The industry's first combination of DAS and RRH products, the Prism improves wireless network coverage and capacity by extending services from existing cell sites, to hard-to-reach areas by distributing coverage from a centralized radio suite. 

  • Supports multiple frequency bands and wireless protocols in one enclosure
  • Air Interface and BTS vendor independent
  • Scalable and modular
  • Multiple non-contiguous segments of 1.5 to 75 MHz each
  • BTS interface supporting RF and OBSAI/CPRI standards
  • In-band 100 Mbps Ethernet backhaul
  • Digital Simulcast
  • Field upgradeable

Application Note: CommScope Leadership in Digital RF Distribution Solutions

CommScope‘s FlexWave™ Prism provides focused coverage and capacity with easily deployable units that can support multiple frequencies and wireless services. FlexWave supports network sharing, reducing the total cost of ownership.
Publish Date: October 14, 2015
Region: Global

Application Note: Connecting DAS over PON

Running DAS for wireless coverage and capacity over existing PON installations addresses these challenges: fixed network operators can better monetize the available fiber in their PON networks, and wireless service providers can leverage an existing fiber network for faster and less costly service deployments.
Publish Date: February 7, 2017
Region: Global

Application Note: Extending Wireline Revenue Streams with FTTx and DAS

By incorporating distributed antenna systems (DAS) with their FTTx or PON networks, wireline carriers can host wireless traffic and participate in the growing wireless revenue stream.
Publish Date: February 7, 2017
Region: Global

Application Note: Optical Multiplexing Solutions for Small Cell Networks

Our optical multiplexing solutions add transport capacity to a network without deploying additional fiber, helping ensure successful service delivery for your access network architecture.
Publish Date: January 7, 2016
Region: Global

Application Note: The Neutral Host Model For Distributed Antenna Systems

The Neutral Host model can reduce mobile operator costs, speed time to market for multi-operator service, and offload the responsibility for maintaining a distributed antenna system (DAS) from a carrier to a third party.
Publish Date: December 1, 2015
Region: CALA,NAR

Application Note: Using High-Power DAS in High-Rise Buildings

CommScope’s FlexWave Prism DAS provides a superior solution to the challenges of providing clear and consistent mobile services in high-rise buildings. As a passive system, it delivers mobile coverage and capacity without ceiling electronics, which simplifies access issues, and it is a less expensive DAS solution because it uses fewer components.
Publish Date: January 7, 2016
Region: Global

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Apr 21, 2016

Providing More DAS Training Opportunities to Women

CommScope is including new training classes in its unique DAS training opportunity for women within wireless partner organizations. Training courses for FlexWave and InterReach DAS are now available to women who are eligible to participate in the free program. CommScope is also sponsoring the new Women in Comms organization, which is hosting an event May 23 in Austin, Texas. Blog author Pinder Chauhan talks more about these programs in today’s post.
Apr 1, 2016

New Technical Support Helpline for Your FlexWave, InterReach DAS

Need technical assistance installing your FlexWave or InterReach distributed antenna system (DAS)? Need help troubleshooting a performance issue? The CommScope DCCS Technical Support team is who you should contact. Today’s blog post by Pinder Chauhan explains the DAS and repeater solutions that the DCCS Technical Support team supports, now including FlexWave Prism, FlexWave Spectrum and InterReach Fusion, plus how to reach them.
Feb 5, 2016

CommScope Definitions: What Is CPRI?

The Common Public Radio Interface, or CPRI, is an evolving specification for wireless communications networks defined by a consortium of original equipment manufacturers. The specification relates to the communication link between baseband units and remote radio units. Nate Fuentes explains the term more in today’s blog post, the latest entry in the “CommScope Definitions” series.