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With the explosive growth of cellular consumption and the accelerating rollout of 5G, wireless operators are being challenged to add capacity and boost network performance to stay ahead of the competition on the 5G deployment path. Adding new macro cell sites and modernizing existing sites are key strategies to address these challenges. But, in the new world of 5G, the earlier approaches to macro cell deployment no longer apply.
As a proven leader and innovator in wireless network infrastructure, CommScope knows there’s no single path to 5G and no one-size-fits-all macro cell solution. With a flexible, comprehensive range of macro cell solutions, we’re making the construction and updating of macro cell sites faster and more economical than ever before—keeping your customers connected now and into the 5G future.
The recently concluded C-band auction has created new opportunities to help mobile operators address the evergrowing need for network capacity, spectral efficiency and a migration path to 5G and beyond.
As more and larger base station antennas are deployed, managing wind loads becomes critical for mobile network operators seeking to trim costs and introduce new services. Using our knowledge of aerodynamics and a relentless drive for better design, CommScope has developed a unique 360-degree wind load reducing antenna design.
CBRS is a unique opportunity that enables a range of applications—from industrial internet of things (IIOT) and mobile capacity augmentation to fixed wireless access and private networks. Leveraging the opportunity, however, depends in large part on having the right equipment.
At cell sites within the macro network, towers are straining as more equipment is added. This forces engineers to balance site performance with tower loading and visual appearance. See how CommScope slim antennas address these challenges.
Microwave has filled a vital role as backhaul for cellular networks worldwide—and CommScope’s newest innovation, the dual band antenna, demonstrates that there’s a bright future ahead for microwave backhaul with the inclusion of high-capacity.
Today’s mobile networks feature multiple technologies—4G, 3G and 2G—scattered over a variety of frequency bands. As there’s only so much room on the tower, the new 5G equipment needs to ideally fit within the same physical space as the existing equipment. This is where the challenge begins...
CommScope solutions go through extensive simulation, prototyping and environmental testing to validate performance and durability, backed by expertise that has earned more than 15,000 patents.
We offer customized counseling and technical support services to develop the best approach for optimizing your network, based on our 40-plus years of insight and innovation experience.
From base station antennas at the tower top to power and backhaul, CommScope macro cell solutions cover the full RF path and more.
Professional services—ranging from construction planning and permitting to commissioning, integration and validation—are also available to help ease deployments.
With strategically-located, high-volume factories and supply chains stretching around the world, CommScope can efficiently support your site builds.
The release of 3.5 GHz and 5 GHz bands for 5G has put operators on the fast track to a truly next-generation definition of connectivity. Choosing the right antenna and infrastructure solutions can allow for a successful 5G rollout that is transparent to the existing 3G and 4G networks.
Network operators are seeking smart and efficient ways to deploy 5G while proactively managing challenges where space is limited and airwaves are congested. At CommScope, we can show you what’s possible in combining and interference mitigation filter solutions, including highly integrated options, to enable you to share antennas and feeders without degrading RF performance.
The wireless network experts at CommScope—and power experts at ABB—have partnered to create PowerShift®, the industry’s first intelligent, plug-and-play dc power supply.
Densification for LTE and 5G networks is driving the need for versatile options in fiber connectivity to the remote radio unit (RRU) more than ever before. Our HELIAX® fiber-to-the-antenna (FTTA) solutions encompass a wide range of options.
The PIM-guard family of cell site accessories is designed to minimize passive intermodulation (PIM) at the tower top, a common problem with traditional mechanical components that are vulnerable to wind and vibration, and at the junction of two metals at or near the antenna.
From cables and low-PIM jumpers to connectors, including M-LOC cluster connector systems, as well as ancillary accessories—we engineer and test our RF transmission system products to ensure they're easy to deploy while delivering superior performance and mechanical reliability.
Who makes your network equipment matters when it comes to national security in the U.S. CommScope helps make the rip-and-replace transition quick, easy, and cost-effective.
CommScope M-LOC cluster connector technology is designed to simplify 5G antenna-radio connections, while preventing connectivity errors. Read this article to learn more.
The sea bridge that spans from Hong Kong to Macao to Zhuhai is the world’s longest. With help from CommScope, it also keeps tens of thousands of travelers wirelessly connected along its 55-kilometer length, despite annual typhoons and the onslaught of salt spray.