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March 12, 2020
Deploying antennas to adequately withstand harsh weather patterns and high winds created by natural disasters like wildfires is only one of the many formidable challenges microwave design engineers face. In this blog, Kevan Williams explains how CommScope’s LX6 series of Low Wind Load Antenna minimizes tower loading to stand up to those elements.
June 21, 2019
During the past year, CommScope has shown its commitment to long haul microwaves with an update of its long-haul antennas. In this blog, Jim Syme explains when the new long-haul microwave antennas are introduced, they will meet the needs of any customer as they expand and improve their networks.
December 27, 2018
As we say good-bye to 2018, we look back at some of our most shared blogs of the year. CommScope is pleased to share its wireless network expertise in a refreshed edition of the lauded “Understanding the RF Path” eBook. It’s the one eBook that will explain the entire radio frequency (RF) path, from mobile phones to cell towers and the core network. See this blog by Jeff Epstein for access.
August 27, 2018
E-band (80 GHz) has emerged from being a niche player to a key frequency in microwave backhaul. The challenge in E-band, though, is link length limitations due to fading in adverse weather conditions. But there’s a solution, which Donald Gardner explains in this blog.
April 03, 2018
What’s the right choice of radome material for microwave antennas—rigid or fabric? In modern antenna designs, the radome is an integral part of the antenna and, irrespective of the material used, must perform reliably over the life of the product and in all environments. In this blog, Jim Syme explores the history of radomes before answering the question.