RFS held a strategic day for the sales people and its partner companies from the EMEA [...]
RFS Brings Extensive Portfolio of Products for Indoor and Outdoor Wireless Applications to CTIA 2013
Hosts Industry Networking Party at Tao
Announces Collaboration with other Industry Leaders to Establish Agenda for Prestigious Transit Communications Event
RFS Unveils Latest Innovations for In-Tunnel and In-Building Wireless Communications Networks at Critical Communications World 2013
Teppo Lukkarila, RFS global product line manager for base station antennas, contributed to Wireless Design & Development's recent Brainstorm topic, "What are the most effective methods to prevent RF signal interference?"
Passive Intermodulation (PIM) - the unwanted mixing of multiple signals in non-linear junctions within a system resulting in undesirable harmonic signals - is a leading cause of significant quality and performance problems at communications sites. RF interference problems arise when downlink signals create PIM in uplink frequencies.
RFS RADIAFLEX® Radiating Cable Helps Provide Seamless Wireless Connectivity to Millions of Boston’s MBTA Subway RidersOne of the primary challenges in designing a solution to offer comprehensive wireless access within the Boston
subway system was addressing the city’s highly complex system of underground and underwater tunnels.
RFS RADIAFLEX® radiating cable was the key to achieving unparalleled technical performance and reliability.
e-StayConnected - March 2011
With copper reaching 10,000 USD/ton and copper security risks wordwide, RFS CELLFLEX Lite aluminum cables are a must-consider alternative to copper.
Coal Age (USA) - January 2011
The results of tests conducted by Hughes Supply, a leading supplier of mining communications solutions, confirm that RFS’ RADIAFLEX “leaky feeder” cables are the best available in North America today.