L-com adds ceiling-mount public safety DAS antenna

Aug. 24, 2016
The HyperLink HG35805CUPR-NF is designed to be aesthetically pleasing in almost any indoor environment.

L-com Global Connectivity (North Andover, MA), a manufacturer of wired and wireless connectivity products, announced that it has released a new ceiling-mount public safety DAS antenna. The company's HyperLink brand HG35805CUPR-NF is an IP67-rated, multi-band, low-PIM, omni-directional, ceiling-mount antenna specifically designed for in-building wireless networks. With coverage from 380 MHz to 6000 MHz, this antenna is intended for use in standard and public safety distributed antenna systems used to disseminate cellular/LTE and Wi-Fi signals throughout an area or building.

With low-band operational coverage down to 380 MHz, this antenna supports UHF, 600 MHz, 1390-1432 MHz, AWS-3 bands and TETRA-compliant 2-way radios. It has a low-PIM rating of <-150 dBc which meets low-PIM requirements for LTE/4G bands and DAS applications. The unit's multi-band design allows one antenna to be used for an array of in-building, wide-coverage wireless applications, which simplifies installation. Further, the HG35805CUPR-NF is designed to be aesthetically pleasing in almost any indoor environment. It can be easily mounted through a single 1.0 inch hole in a solid or suspended ceiling up to 1.2 inches thick. It features a 12 inch coax lead terminated with an N-Female connector. Special order connectors are also available.

"The HG35805CUPR-NF was designed to be an integral part of a public safety DAS network. Not only does it provide coverage for both cellular and Wi-Fi networks, it can provide low-band coverage allowing public safety services and first responders to stay connected within a specific location or structure during emergency situations," comments Ken Burgner, product manager at L-com.

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