RFS introduces DragonSkin™, the UL 2196-Certified Standalone Coaxial Cable
2019 Dual-Band Antennas
RFS’ new dual-band microwave antennas prove microwave is a viable alternative to fiber for 5G backhauling requirements in urban areas.
2018 RFS APA: Active-Passive Antennas (APA)
Designed to help operators overcome the technical and economic challenges associated with the evolution to 5G, and continued network modernization in relation to LTE-Advanced.
2017 RFS ICONIC: One World Trade Center
RFS is giving broadcasters the technology and flexibility to deliver terrestrial television service to the entire New York City coverage area.
RFS paves the way to Industry 4.0 with a new manufacturing facility in China
2016 PIM LOCALIZATION SYSTEM
RFS can identify with the best accuracy the Source of PIM in BSA production line.
2015 Transparent Antenna
RFS invents transparent antennas
2014 MIMO In-tunnel Wireless Connectivity
RFS develops new radiating cables allowing MIMO presence in tunnels
2013 Small Form Antenna (SFA)
RFS invents Ultra small parabolic antenna made of polymer specially designed for small cell backhaulling application
2009 Annual Emmy Awards
RFS honored in the 60th Annual Emmy Awards for its pioneering work on ‘adjacent channel combiners' for TV broadcasting
RFS invents HYBRIFLEX™, the world’s first hybrid feeder cabling solution for RRH deployments
2006 CELLFLEX® Lite
RFS invents CELLFLEX® Lite, the first RF coaxial cable featuring an aluminum outer conductor
1987 Creation of RFS Australia
RFS Australia is formed with the merger of Antenna Engineering Australia & Hills Antenna Systems
1972 RADIAFLEX® cable
RFS produces the world’s first radiating coaxial cable, the RADIAFLEX® cable
RFS pioneers the use of corrugated welded coaxial cables when CELLFLEX® foam dielectric cables are introduced to the market
1951 Power cable
Development of the world’s first RF power cable with corrugated coaxial transmission line
1900 Wire insulation technique
Louis Hackethal, a German engineer, invents the first insulated wire and Hackethal-Draht- und Kabelwerke AG, RFS’ ancestor, is established in Germany, making electric cables