Dec 14, 2016
Through its acquisitions and internal development, CommScope has been a leader in distributed antenna systems (DAS) since their beginning in 1989. In today’s blog, Matt Melester talks about the history of DAS and how it is still a key tool for delivering the density and high capacity that mobile operators need.
Nov 21, 2016
As part of its 40th anniversary observance, the CommScope team set out to identify the top 40 innovations that have come from CommScope (or one of its acquired companies) over the past 40 years. Ranked among the top 20 CommScope innovations, Node repeaters were the first cell site repeaters to use digital on-frequency technology with echo cancellation. They enabled wireless operators to extend coverage for a tenth of the cost of adding new base station-based cell sites. See today’s blog post by Thomas Kummetz to learn more.
Nov 10, 2016
It’s something we’ve heard a lot about – and even based much of our mission on. Fiber network convergence. What is it, and how does it work? Wes Oxlee explains in today’s CommScope Definitions series.
Nov 2, 2016
Wireless connectivity has become an imperative among connectivity users; however, more than 80 percent of all wireless traffic originates or terminates indoors. In this blog, Sean Kerr explains how many of us expect all our devices to work on demand in any and every building we enter.