We all want to be wireless – it enables us to maintain the on-the-go lifestyle to which we have become accustomed. At the same time, we want that wireless connectivity
to be seamless, with no latency or jitter. We don’t always understand the technology behind our demands; we just know what we want to be satisfied.
Fortunately, HUBER+SUHNER is working behind the scenes to enable wireless connectivity. The company’s Multi Riser Cable with Compact Divider is a critical element to ensuring optimal wireless connectivity. Let’s take a closer look at the technology, specifically the installation and benefits
associated with this offering.
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, the installation enabled with this compact divider makes use of a robust cable divider instead of the traditional distribution boxes. As a result, the solution is more compact and saves space. It also includes a genuine and unique plug-and-play MASTERLINE extreme cabling system that makes this a cost-effective and installation-friendly method for achieving wireless connectivity.
The Multi Riser Cable with Compact Divider is considered an optimal solution for co-located antennas
and is the preferred method of network installers. This wireless connectivity enabler offers ODC jumper cables to create both system and vendor independence. HUBER+SUHNER ensures the solution is designed to last for the next 20 years.
A number of benefits are offered in this wireless connectivity solution including an extremely cost-effective installation, a genuine plug-and-play system, minimum installation time, flexibility in relation to RRH replacement with ODC jumpers, scalability for three to nine RRH, support to enable LTE (News - Alert) rollouts and network expansions as needed, space saving, low wind load and future-proof technology.
This approach to cable systems helps to not only reduce installation time, but also to help operators roll out their networks more efficiently. The plug-and-play system has proven to be hard-wearing and extremely robust in the field, enabling a streamlined approach to installation for immediate access to wireless connectivity. A number of rollouts are planned in North America and Europe, as more installers continue to embrace the solution.
Edited by Jamie Epstein