SerenityLine® 6-ft ETSI Class 4 microwave antennas
Interference issues on microwave links are no longer limited to urban and suburban networks. As microwave users densify their networks end-to-end, minimizing interference on long-haul microwave links has become a critical requirement.
The extremely tight radiation pattern envelope (RPE) provided in ETSI Class 4 microwave antennas allows microwave users to add new links to crowded networks with no worries about interference and no need to move to a larger antenna. Class 4 microwave antennas also simplify the frequency coordination process and expedite microwave deployments.
- ESTI Class 4 performance
- Enables higher link densities, reduces interference
- Best-in-class gain and XPD
- Improve link availability and capacity
- Fast and easy to install
- Reduces installation time and costs
- High wind, high ice* models available
- Increases antenna lifespan in harsh conditions
Compared to competing 6-ft ETSI Class 4 microwave antennas, the RFS SerenityLine antennas provide higher gain, higher cross-polarization discrimination (XPD), and are faster and easier to install. For maximum flexibility, the antennas are available in single- and dual-polarized versions.
The RFS 6-ft SerenityLine microwave antennas also feature a spun back-ring design and robust mechanical construction that can withstand high winds and other harsh conditions. To ensure continuous high performance in the most challenging environments, the antennas are available in high wind, high ice models* with the RFS extreme radome. The extreme radome features a generous overhang that is very tightly attached to the shroud with many robust connection points as well as reinforced radome material that further increases durability and resilience to severe weather.
* High wind high ice models, only available in RFS North America