Corning MobileAccess announced the launch of MobileAccessGX, a 40-watt distributed antenna system (DAS) remote unit designed to meet growing wireless coverage and capacity needs for indoor, outdoor, and large open environments. According to the company, the high-powered, weather-proofed MobileAccessGX supports the wireless service combinations used by leading carriers while avoiding unnecessary and costly cell site build-outs.
Key features of the MobileAccessGX platform, according to Corning, include:
* 40 watts of power per band for reliable, high-powered connectivity and capacity in transitional areas.
* A single, low-loss fiber connection from a centralized headend for cell, PCS, 700MHz and AWS services, available in SISO and MIMO configurations.
* Scalable multi-band radio frequency (RF) transport, with up to four bands per enclosure.
* A ruggedized, NEMA 4-rated housing, designed to handle harsh weather and environments.
* Common headend architecture for combination deployment with other MobileAccess solutions.
* Full integration with Corning's OptiTap system, simplifying connectivity.
Corning says that combining the MobileAccessGX with the medium-powered MobileAccessHX or lower-powered MobileAccess2000 DAS remotes may offer carriers the flexibility to address nearly every indoor and outdoor wireless concern with fewer antennas, a smaller footprint, less radio-frequency-power waste and base-station drain.
"With the introduction of MobileAccessGX, we now offer a suite of solutions to address nearly every conceivable wireless need," contends Jeff Kunst, vice president, global product line Management, Corning MobileAccess. "GX is an ideal solution for dispersed and wide-ranging topologies, like college campuses, and greatly helps wireless carriers better meet the needs of these customers without extensive and costly infrastructure overhaul."
More information on Corning's MobileAccessGX DAS remote platform is available here.
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