AW3833

  • Freq: 1695-2690MHz / 3400-3800MHz
  • Ports: 12 (6P 1695-2690MHz / 6P 3400-3800MHz)
  • Beamwidth: 65°
  • Gain: dBi  14 / 11
  • Tilt: Fixed
  • Primary Family: Canister

Description

The AW3833 is a 12-port dualband small cell Tri-Sector antenna that packages three 65⁰ sectors in a compact 2-foot housing. It covers mid band (1695 – 2690 MHz) and high band (3400 – 3800 MHz). There are two mid band ports per sector and two high band ports per sector. The sectors are equally spaced with 120 degree separation at 0°, 120° and 240° azimuth.

This antenna is a compact solution that replaces three sectors with stand offs and provides a single fixture point to significantly reduce the cost of deployment. The antenna can be configured for mounting on lamp posts, utility poles, walls, and many other vertical structures. The AW3833’s high gain and Tri-Sector configuration provides complete azimuth coverage in a cell without the need for obtrusive infrastructure. single low visual impact canister. This aesthetically pleasing solution enables network operators to locate antennas closer to users due to favourable planning views compared to other antenna solutions.

Small Cells are a family of ultra-compact antennas which allows for network coverage and capacity increases almost anywhere. This aesthetically pleasing antenna’s small form factor allows for easier architectural approval. A number of mounting options are available and the small cell solutions can be deployed on lamp posts, utility poles, and walls. Small cell antennas support 2×2 MIMO and 4×4 MIMO with fixed and variable electrical tilt of the elevation beam.

Ordering Information:

  • AW3833-T0-F            Zero Degrees Fixed Tilt with 4.3-10 Connectors

Features:

  • High Port enabling multiple operators.
  • Multi-band Small Cell Tri-sector antenna -1695-2690MHz, 3400-3800MHz
  • Compact design – low visual impact.
  • 6 Ports Low Band
  • 6 Ports Mid-Band.
  • Manufactured in Ireland.

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