The Alpha Wireless AW3711 is a 33 degree Beamwidth Panel antenna which has been designed to provide high capacity for fixed wireless broadband. This product was developed to offer a narrow Azimuth Beam with four port functionality and RET control. The antenna has reduced Azimuth sidelobes (<25dB) making it the ideal antenna for 6 sectored high capacity sites.
Integrated remote electrical tilt allows instant optimization to improve coverage and throughput. The horizontally spaced array allows optimum MIMO performance with full 4×4 operation or receive diversity RF functions.
Superior SNIR enables higher modulation schemes for maximum throughput
” The panel antennas that Alpha Wireless specially designed for us are ideal for our wireless LTE networks. Not only have they enabled us to extend our coverage but also increase the capacity of our broadband network, which is vital given the ever-growing number of devices being used by consumers.”
VIVA LAS VEGAS! ALPHA WIRELESS HEADS TO ‘WISPAPALOOZA’
Autumn, or should we say the fall, just keeps getting busier, with Alpha Wireless attending the ‘WISPAPALOOZA’ event at the Rio Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas from 14-18 October.
Cameron Kilton, Director of Sales, US WISP markets, comments, “WISPA [Wireless Internet Service Providers Association] is the voice of the wireless internet service industry in the US, so it’s the perfect setting for us to showcase our latest product innovations and product range.”
To learn about the latest product innovations on display…click the link.
Ryan White, VP of Corporate and Business Development said, “Exhibiting at MWC19 is an important part of our growth and expansion strategy in the United States and North America. With disruptive technologies like 5G, IoT, AI and Big Data driving new business models Alpha Wireless is excited to be presenting and promoting our next-generation Concealed Antenna Node, otherwise known as the CAN which will enable Intelligent Connectivity for our customers.”
Find out about the CAN and latest product innovations on display…click the link.