Six-Sector Turnkey Solution

Essentially double capacity in half the time

Need to boost capacity but don’t have space for additional antennas or time and budget to build more sites?

Adding capacity through traditional means can be costly and time consuming. And improper deployment can risk service declines, leading to a loss of subscribers. No fear—CommScope has you covered. 

The Andrew® six-sector turnkey solution essentially doubles your capacity with the same antenna count. Utilizing a twin-beam antenna that launches two perfectly aligned beams, there’s no need for a second antenna in each sector—solving a critical challenge for traditional six-sector sites. 

Additionally, our twin-beam antenna technology minimizes sector overlap, delivering superior interference discrimination for faster, more reliable service that improves your customers’ wireless experience.


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Sharing an antenna doesn’t mean giving up control
The practice of network sharing has been a recurring topic of interest in the wireless industry. Today, network operators are looking for more cost-effective methods to transition to 4G services including LTE and LTE-Advanced. CommScope offers a new white paper titled, “Sharing an antenna doesn’t mean giving up control” to help. See today’s blog post by Mohamed Nadder Hamdy for more information and to download the white paper. Read more
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Do You Want to Learn How to Deploy Multibeam Antennas Effectively?
Like with any network solution, there are some technical challenges and concerns with the deployment of multibeam antennas. To address these concerns and offer solutions, CommScope offers a new white paper titled “Multibeam antennas planning—limitations and solutions.” In it you will find detailed discussions about planning tips for minimizing coverage gaps, addressing physical cell identity (PCI) planning issues in LTE and overcoming neighbor lists’ limitations. Today’s blog post by Dr. Mohamed Nadder Hamdy provides a link to the paper. Read more
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