17 Jun 2014

Galtronics unveils 30/30⁰ narrow beam LTE MIMO stadium antenna

Galtronics has unveiled its newest EXTENT D5777i 30/30° narrow beamwidth MIMO panel antenna, which is designed for use in high-capacity venues such as stadiums, arenas, speedways or campuses where excellent wireless coverage is desired.

The narrow 30/30° beamwidth allows high sectorization within a venue, enabling RF engineers to design Distributed Antenna Systems (DAS) for even higher data capacities.

The new EXTENT D5777i antenna has fast roll-off beams and minimal side lobes. It also covers a particularly broad frequency range of 698-960/1710-2700 MHz, making it an attractive and future-proof choice for wireless network deployment.

“Our team has successfully developed this amazing antenna covering all bands, keeping a low VSWR, high gain and maintaining a stable 30/30° beamwidth across the complete frequency range,” said Ben Bar, Galtronics’ EVP Sales and Marketing.

Engineers developed a mounting bracket for this antenna which allows both wall and pole mounting and allows to fine-tune the antenna tilt and alignment. The bracket also features an extendable arm to increase the antenna’s distance from the wall or pole.

Key features:

  • Dynamic retractable antenna positioning from the pole or wall

  • Port to Port isolation of less than -30 dB

  • PIM certification guaranteed to be less than -150 dBc at 2x20W

  • Different connector types available, such as 2x N(F), 2 x 7/16 DIN (F), 2 x 4.1/9.5 Mini DIN (F) or 2 x 4.3-10 (F)

  • Wind survival rating of 150 mph (240 kmh)

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