1-5/8" RADIAFLEX® RAYA Cable, A-series
Rev : B | Rev date : 27 Mar 2020
- RADIAFLEX® functions as a distributed antenna to provide communications in tunnels, mines and large building complexes and is the solution for any application in confined areas.
- Slots in the copper outer conductor allow a controlled portion of the internal RF energy to be radiated into the surrounding environment. Conversely, a signal transmitted near the cable will couple into the slots and be carried along the cable length.
- RADIAFLEX® is used for both one-way and two-way communication systems and because of its broadband capability, a single radiating cable can handle multiple communication systems simultaneously.
- This RADIAFLEX® radiating cable utilize a low-loss cellular polyethylene foam dielectric and a smooth copper outer conductor which offers a superior electrical performance together with good bending properties.
FEATURES / BENEFITS
- Ultra wideband from 75 MHz to 2700 MHz
- Support of all commercial and mission critical wireless services between 75 and 2700 MHz
- Future proof: Supports frequency spectrum re-banding/re-farming
- Unconditionally 4G ready in all 3GPP bands
- Homogeneous (balanced) system loss over frequency
- Designed for a variety of in-tunnel applications
RAY cables, A-series
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- Coupling loss as well as longitudinal attenuation of RADIAFLEX® cables are measured by the free space method according to IEC 61196-4.
- Coupling loss values are measured with a radial (below 400 MHz) or orthogonal (above 400 MHz) orientated dipole antenna.
- The coupling loss values given in brackets are average values of all three spatial orientations (radial, parallel and orthogonal) of dipole antenna.
- Coupling loss values are given with a tolerance of +5 dB and longitudinal loss values with a tolerance of +5%. Note: Measured values below nominal are better. They are not limited by any tolerance-range.
- In case of a conflict of operational and stop band, please contact RFS for further assistance.
- As with any radiating cable, the performance in building or tunnel environments may deviate from figures based on free space method.