RFS NATE UNITE 2014 exhibit will highlight a complete setup showcasing two HYBRIFLEX solutions with and without distribution boxes. HYBRIFLEX combines optical fiber and DC power in a single corrugated cable, which makes it faster, easier and more cost-effective to install than bringing both traditional optical fiber and DC power to the antenna. RFS will also debut new mini-DIN factory fit jumpers that feature a smaller coupling nut and body to address real estate constraints on crowded multiport remote radio heads/antennas. RFS will be previewing its latest automatic pressurization dehydrator for microwave antenna systems pressurization. Like its predecessor, the latest version will provide reliable pressurization of elliptical waveguide, coaxial cable and rigid transmission line systems -- but the new microprocessor-controlled digital design will now enable easy on-site configuration of options such as humidity, low pressure, high pressure, run time and system purge.
Additionally, RFS will be showcasing multiple antenna innovations including new 3ft additions to the CompactLineŽ EASY microwave antenna portfolio, the SC3/SCX3 series, that enable customers to better overcome the challenges of microwave backhaul and ultimately reduce TCO; as well as RF X-TREME base station antennas that provide triple-band capability in a compact dual-band package.
RFS expansive product line also features a wide variety of complementary products designed to maximize every application, including the AISG 2.0 compliant, dual axis Mechanical Tilt Sensor (MTS). The simple-to-install in-line device enables RFS customers to accurately measure the position of its antennas in real-time without physically having to check the placement on site. RFS will also show its ICA LITE ˝ aluminum plenum- rated wideband coaxial cable designed to deliver outstanding electrical performance, as well as the popular ICA12-50JPL plenum-rated copper cables that provide uniform support throughout the length of cable for superior performance by eliminating electrical and mechanical problems in tight bending areas.
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