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The calculator provides an estimate of the isolation provided by two horizontally separated antennas.
The calculator provides an estimate of the isolation provided by two vertically separated antennas.
This Viewer displays the azimuth (horizontal) and elevation (vertical) patterns in either polar or rectangular format. It can overlay multiple sectors and/or multiple frequency plots for single or multiple models.
Growing Wi-Fi demands outstripping your IT resources? No problem. RUCKUS Cloud Wi-Fi radically simplifies WLAN setup and management. Provision, monitor and troubleshoot your entire Wi-Fi network through a single web dashboard or mobile app.
Consult all the updated SYSTIMAX Performance Specifications for the most common applications running over copper (Data, Voice, Video and Building Administration System). You can filter the applications you use often and create your own tailored specs document.
This calculator provides a station's effective radiated power using transmitter, antenna and all gains and losses from everything in between.
The Egli model is a terrain model for radio frequency propagation. This model was derived from real-world data on UHF and VHF television transmissions in several large cities.
Quickly and accurately calculate the link or channel loss in an innovative manner, and find the supported applications for the configuration. You can log the results and send them by email. FPC v3.0 contains updates to utilize the Windows 10 library system, addressing the missing library issue experienced in FPC v2.0
Have a look at all the updated SYSTIMAX Performance Specifications for the most common applications running over fiber (Ethernet, Fibre Channel, Infiniband…) with or without pre-terminated solutions. You can filter the applications you use often and create your own tailored specs document.
This calculator shows how return loss (VSWR) affects forward power and calculates the power loss difference caused by two different return loss paths.
This tool provides a fast and easy way for choosing power cables by radio power requirements, power trunk and power jumper conductor size, or trunk cable length. Simply adjust or specify the presented parameter values to get your results.
A managed Wi-Fi solution can provide significant revenue and ROI opportunities for MDU property owners. Check out this easy-to-use calculator to get an idea on how managed Wi-Fi can impact your business.
This web tool provides an easy way to estimate how many cables would fit into a raceway or conduit, given a fill percentage. Users can select cable, trunks, raceways and conduits from predefined lists or define their own.
This calculator shows how structured cable installation conditions and cable categories affect temperature rise in 4-pairs Power Over Ethernet networks.
This tool calculates the maximum length of powered fiber cable that can be supported by a user-specified CommScope PoE/Power Extender system.
This software package helps system engineering and construction groups model and optimize conduit cable pulls before construction begins. This software provides a user-friendly technique for predicting expected tensions and fill ratios for a specific cable pull. The construction process can them be optimized and "best pull" locations identified, thus helping to reduce frustration and cost for crews in the field.
The quarterwave impedance transformation calculator is used to match an input and an output impedance at a given frequency for maximum power transfer.
This radio horizon vs. beamtilt calculator estimates your radio antenna beam downtilt options based on antenna height above average terrain (HAAT) and vertical beamwidth.
This general RF calculator provides path loss, VSWR and wavelength as well as conversions between many common measurements used in the wireless industry.
Addressed to RF engineers or Cell Site designers, it provides system calculations for: Passive InterModulation (PIM), Voltage Standing Wave Ratio (VSWR), Effective Isotropic Radiated Power (EIRP), Noise Figure and Third Order Intercept Point (IP3).
The SnapStak and SnapTak hanger selection calculator will determine what hanger part number is required for installing fiber, power, hybrid and coaxial cables for your wireless infrastructure.
CommScope's SpanMaster software is a tool designed for use in the calculation of sag and tension of single or multiple cable combinations under various environmental loading conditions.
The Universal Band and Block PIM Calculator allows you to first select a regional tab and then select various combinations of transmit (downlink) frequency bands/blocks to determine whether there are any theoretical possibilities of 2nd, 3rd, 4th or 5th order passive intermodulation (PIM) products or "hits" being produced in the companion uplink (receive) frequency bands/blocks.