Optimizer CELlite BSA
Supporting all services between 806MHz and 960MHz, the new Optimizer CELlite antenna series exhibits the superior performance of the RFS Optimizer antenna family—including upper side lobe suppression typically better than 18dB across the entire frequency range, high gain, and impressive front-to-back ratio (typically around 28dB).
The latest addition to RFS’s world-renowned Optimizer antenna suite features a robust microstripline power feed system constructed from monolithic aluminum, in place of the traditional cabled feed system. This, coupled with the antenna’s one-piece panel construction and reduced number of weld joints, delivers advanced passive intermodulation (PIM) performance. Optimized PIM performance plays a significant role in maximizing call quality and avoiding dropped calls—crucial in high-capacity networks.
The new Optimizer CELlite antenna series also provides network operators with new levels of deployment and operational flexibility. Designed to accommodate the rapid roll-out of wireless networks in densely populated regions, the Optimizer CELlite’s lightweight construction makes it quick and easy to install. Furthermore, its advanced RF performance makes it ideal for providing coverage in high-capacity wireless networks.
A staged release of the RFS’s new Optimizer CELlite antenna series is planned for the latter half of 2008. It will comprise three variants:
- 2.0m (6.5ft), zero-degree fixed-tilt (APX86-906515S-CT0)
- 2.6m (8.5ft), zero-degree fixed-tilt (APX86-906516S-CT0)
- 2.6m (8.5ft), six-degree fixed-tilt (APX86-906516S-CT6)
|Features and Advantages|
|Upper side lobe supression typically better than 18dB across the entire frequency range||Minimizes interference|
|High gain||Provides better coverage|
|Microstripline power feed system constructed from monolithic aluminum||Lightweight construction means it is quick and easy to install|
|One-piece panel construction and reduced number of weld joints||Optimized PIM performance maximizes call quality and minimizes dropped calls|