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Outdoor Cell Sites

Maximize performance at your outdoor sites

As consumer demand for bandwidth continues to rise, outdoor cell sites are becoming increasingly strained. Each RF technology advance compels operators to add new equipment to their existing network—or else, risk losing customers.

Adding services at existing cell sites is cost effective, but often grows difficult over time as towers become cluttered.

CommScope can help. Our outdoor cell site solutions help you maximize capacity efficiently and effectively, saving you time and money. They are compatible for use in any outdoor site application, including:

  • Multi- and single-user
  • Monopoles
  • Rooftops
  • Utility towers

Expect more: innovations, solutions and services that help your network grow.

 

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Article: Prevention, adoption, migration: the three pillars of better spectrum efficiency

Optimizing spectrum efficiency is a big priority for wireless operators because it’s so difficult and expensive to purchase more. Learm more about how CommScope can help maximize ROI on your sepctrum investment.
Publish Date: August 17, 2017
Region: Global

White Paper: A planning guide to optimizing networks for capacity with practical field examples

This paper aims to explain how to select and utilize your sites’ RF components to optimize cellular networks capacities using real-life product examples.
Publish Date: June 14, 2017
Region: Global

White Paper: Technical Keys to Successful Network Modernization: FTTA

To support RRUs at the top of the tower, wireless operators must migrate to fiber-optic technology which helps operators gain much more capacity out of their cell towers. That makes FTTA architectures the primary strategy for today’s providers. Learn more.
Publish Date: March 31, 2017
Region: Global

Tip Sheet: Top five tips for optimizing network performance through antenna technology

By implementing ultra-wideband antenna technology, available on both low and high bands in a variety of Argus® multiband, multiport antennas, you can be ready for an entire range of new frequency possibilities.
Publish Date: January 24, 2017
Region: Global

Brochure: How does interference impact your network investment?

Interference can put your network at risk, degrading performance and your ROI. Read “How does interference impact your network investment” to learn more.
Publish Date: January 15, 2017
Region: Global

White Paper: Base Station Antenna Selection for LTE Networks

LTE requires precise RF signal containment for mobile data, best achieved with high-performance antennas. Sprint & CommScope explore various antenna deployment conditions.
Publish Date: June 15, 2015
Region: NAR

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May 15, 2017

Cell Site Stories: Interference mitigation filters for the CALA low-band spectrum mix

To support local needs, CommScope developed a set of interference mitigation filters that that can be tuned according to each specific wireless market need. In this blog post, Cesar Calderon explains how this capability is impacting the Caribbean and Latin American (CALA) telecom industries.
May 4, 2017

How the U.S. Wireless Industry Could Save $5 Million

A small piece of metal could save the U.S. wireless industry up to $5 million. The metal is CommScope’s new SnapStak Plus cable hanger. The serious cost-savings come from the total amount of time saved during installation. To see how easy they are to use, check out this video blog by Chris Stockman.
Feb 24, 2017

CommScope at #MWC17: A Multitude of Network Solutions

The evolution to 5G will include more cell sites and site sectors, centralized and cloud RANs, and more fiber throughout. Adding capacity to networks – as always – is still critical. At Mobile World Congress 2017, CommScope will be displaying and discussing network solutions for the next generation of cellular. In this blog, Philip Sorrells previews CommScope’s presence at the major wireless industry event, #MWC17.
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.