Wireless connectivity is continuing to be embraced by industries as a primary connection method that can now be found everywhere including: transportation systems, enterprises, residential homes, and where it all started –computers. This type of wireless connection can take a computer network and form connections using radio waves.
Many wireless connectivity technologies are highly complementary and have begun to be adopted at a rapid rate. HUBER+SUHNER, who specializes in wireless connectivity, has developed a Multi Riser Cable with Distribution Box that helps maintain deployment within a network. The company revealed that the initial development of the distribution box was very complex. “This installation uses multi-riser cables for fiber optic and copper that are routed in separate connection boxes (or in a combined hybrid box), which are then linked to the RRHs with short jumper cables,” said the company.
However, although the box is full of complicated technology, the installation is very simple and offers a lot of benefits for clients that upgrade to the device. “The method is cost-effective and installation friendly and is therefore the preferred choice of mobile network operations who have control over network design and deployment,” according to the wireless connectivity provider.
The company has designed multiple solutions such as a Multi Riser Cable Compact Divider, Re-use Corrugated Copper Cables, and a Hybrid Solution for Remote Radios – all of which can work hand in hand with the new Multi Riser Cable with Distribution Box.
Wireless connectivity research shows that innovative technologies such as Wi-Fi and Bluetooth are helping companies stretch their usages, working faster, using less power, and working in new modes. This type of technology will increasingly compete with traditional, old fashion type of products.
People have begun using wireless connectivity on a daily basis without even noticing it. Some examples of usage include cellular phones, radios, satellites, GPS systems, emergency services, cloud-based networks, and any device that has wireless or Bluetooth capabilities.
By creating this new wireless connectivity device, HUBER+SUHNER is able to offer its customers a brand-new way of deploying their network. As the company said, with an easy installation and the cost savings associated with the device it’s a wireless solution all companies should begin implementing right away.
Edited by Jamie Epstein