RadioWaves Introduces Parabolic Antennas for the 3.5 GHz CBRS Band

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RadioWaves Introduces Parabolic Antennas for the 3.5 GHz CBRS Band

RadioWaves Introduces Parabolic Antennas for the 3.5 GHz CBRS Band

Increased demand for wireless connectivity is driving capacity requirements and spectrum availability for network deployment. To suffice the requirement of wireless connectivity, the Citizens Broadband Radio Services (CBRS) spectrum band has opened 150 MHz of spectrum in the 3.5 GHz band for commercial use to a larger segment of the market, resulting in a shared access service.

RadioWaves, a leading provider of high-quality microwave antennas and accessories, has announced a series of parabolic antennas for the 3.5 GHz band that are designed to improve the signal to noise ratio through enhanced gain and reduced interference. This improved RF performance will allow higher modulation rates, capacity, and throughput for any point-to-point link.

RadioWaves 3.5 GHz antennas support applications including Fixed Wireless, Mobility, Public Safety, Railway, and Utilities. They are designed to optimize RF performance, increase capacity, and bandwidth while supporting existing LTE networks. Additionally, these 3.5 GHz antennas enable customers to be prepared for future 5G deployment.

The FCC has finalized the three-tiered access of incumbent users, priority access licensees (PAL), and generally authorized in which the auctioning of PALs will begin in July. Despite these clearly defined user access rules, the surge of CBRS users will necessitate careful frequency planning and interference mitigation techniques. In point to point link, whether, for client premise or backhaul, the antenna will be the first line of defense in mitigating interference.

Here is List of RadioWaves CBRS 3.5 GHz Antennas:

Product SKU

Description

SP2-3.5NS

Standard Performance, 2′ (0.6M) Parabolic, N-Female, 3.3 – 3.6 GHz, Single Polarized Antenna

SP2-3.5NS-RD

Standard Performance, 2′ (0.6M) Parabolic, N-Female, 3.3 – 3.6 GHz, Single Polarized Antenna with Radome

SP3-3.5NS

Standard Performance, 3′ (0.9M) Parabolic, N-Female, 3.3 – 3.6 GHz, Single Polarized Antenna

SP3-3.5NS-RD

Standard Performance, 3′ (0.9M) Parabolic, N-Female, 3.3 – 3.6 GHz, Single Polarized Antenna with Radome

SP4-3.5NS

Standard Performance, 4′ (1.2M) Parabolic, N-Female, 3.3 – 3.6 GHz, Single Polarized Antenna

SP4-3.5NS-RD

Standard Performance, 4′ (1.2M) Parabolic, N-Female, 3.3 – 3.6 GHz, Single Polarized Antenna with Radome

SP6-3.5NS

Standard Performance, 6′ (1.8M) Parabolic, N-Female, 3.3 – 3.6 GHz, Single Polarized Antenna

SP6-3.5NS-RD

Standard Performance, 6′ (1.8M) Parabolic, N-Female, 3.3 – 3.6 GHz, Single Polarized Antenna with Radome

SPD2-3.5NS

Standard Performance, 2′ (0.6M)   Parabolic, N-Female, 3.3 – 3.6 GHz, Dual Polarized Antenna

SPD2-3.5NS-RD

Standard Performance, 2′ (0.6M)   Parabolic, N-Female, 3.3 – 3.6 GHz, Dual Polarized Antenna with Radome

SPD3-3.5NS

Standard Performance, 3′ (0.9M)   Parabolic, N-Female, 3.3 – 3.6 GHz, Dual Polarized Antenna

SPD3-3.5NS-RD

Standard Performance, 3′ (0.9M)   Parabolic, N-Female, 3.3 – 3.6 GHz, Dual Polarized Antenna with Radome

SPD4-3.5NS

Standard Performance, 4′ (1.2M) Parabolic, N-Female, 3.3 – 3.6 GHz, Dual Polarized Antenna

SPD4-3.5NS-RD

Standard Performance, 4′ (1.2M) Parabolic, N-Female, 3.3 – 3.6 GHz, Dual Polarized Antenna with Radome

SPD6-3.5NS

Standard Performance, 6′ (1.8M) Parabolic, N-Female, 3.3 – 3.6 GHz, Dual Polarized Antenna

SPD6-3.5NS-RD

Standard Performance, 6′ (1.8M) Parabolic, N-Female, 3.3 – 3.6 GHz, Dual Polarized Antenna with Radome