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4G LTE AND MIMO
Overcoming the Challenges of
4G LTE and MIMO for In-Tunnel Wireless Connectivity
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  • Know Your Options: Future-Proof Antennas for the US Repack

    As the North America broadcast market embarks on the spectrum repack later in 2016 there are many decisions to be made. One of those is antenna technology selection. The US market has traditionally opted for the narrowband antenna known as a slotted pole or pylon. There are many advantages in choosing a pylon antenna, but also several limitations, including lack of flexibility for future channel changes. Broadband antennas provide advantages, especially those using variable polarization technologies. Furthermore,  broadband slot antennas, pylon alternative antennas, and master panel antennas can be used by multiple broadcasters to share costly site infrastructure and significantly reduce operating costs, while adding flexibility of site redundancy for very high availability networks.  This white paper explores the pros and cons of these antenna technologies.

    NBC 5 shows how it is preparing for the US repack with the installation of an RFS PEPL-28 antenna at Cedar Hill, Texas this week.
    Watch the video here.


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  • How Future-Proof Antenna Systems Help Broadcasters in the U.S. Television Spectrum Repack

    The U.S. broadcast spectrum repacking program is imminent, and challenges for broadcasters transitioning to new channel assignments are many. Nick Wymant, CTO Broadcast at RFS, delivered a presentation at NAB2016 evaluating some of those challenges and providing insightful recommendations for broadcasters’ infrastructure solutions. Find out how future-proof antenna systems can help stations through the conversion.

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  • RFS Prepares for US DTV Repack – Are you ready?

    With the Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) broadcast television spectrum incentive auction process now defined, the challenges facing the North American Broadcasters to transition to new channels in the allotted timeframe are significant.

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  • Technical Analysis: Flexible Feed Design

    This RFS White Paper highlights RFS’ “flexible feed” architecture of its CompactLine® and CompactLine® Easy antennas. The flexible, easily-modified design lowers re-design costs and allows quicker response to changes in today’s complex networks including  several uncertainties that exist in designing network backhaul systems. Sometimes parameters such as frequency range of operation are not confirmed until the last minute. This can potentially cause delays in finalizing specifications of passive components such as antennas, and hence, delays in overall system installation.

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  • DRIVING EXPANSION across the United States.

    Aviat Networks, Inc. and RFS were asked with supporting the backhaul needs for a nationwide, rural 4G LTE rollout.
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