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Quintel’s is ramping production of its Slimline/Quadband/8 Port Antenna that allows operators to combine all four major frequencies bands in North America onto one antenna
Rochester, New York (PRWEB) February 20, 2013
Quintel®, a leading innovator of spectrally efficient, and space efficient antennas for wireless networks, has completed ramping up the production of its industry leading MultiServ Quadband 8 Port Antenna and now has the flexibility to meet whatever volume is required by our customers. Quintel is partnered with IEC Electronics of Newark, New York for the production of the entire MultiServ product line. We chose IEC due to both their unique technical capability and their proximity to us.
The Quintel MultiServ Quadband 8 Port Antenna with patented QTilt™ technology uniquely delivers four independent service tilts in a single slim-line 12” (300mm) wide antenna that is now available in multiple lengths. This enables existing Cellular (850MHz) and PCS (1900MHz) Band antenna-constrained sites to be upgraded to LTE in both 700MHz & AWS bands with the replacement of one like for like antenna. Quintel antenna solutions enhance network efficiency, improve quality of service, mitigate tower loading concerns and lower environmental impact – with the lowest cost per transmitted bit. The Quintel MulitServ Quadband 8 Port Antenna is an ideal solution for independently optimizing multiple services when rapidly introducing new services.
For those markets that have PCS and AWS spectrum which, when combined, would generate inter-band 3rd order Passive Intermodulation (PIM3) interference, this antenna offers enhanced PIM performance of -156dBc and for example will allow for the combination of those bands on the same polarized array for up to either 40W of composite power for each band, or 60W AWS and 30W PCS.
“Operators can now obtain the optimal antenna location to achieve coverage and capacity goals over the major North American frequency bands reducing opex per subscriber,” said Joe Veni, Quintel’s Vice President of Sales and Business Development.
The Quintel Solutions
Unlike conventional multi-port antennas, Quintel’s portfolio empowers operators to reduce unnecessary infrastructure and thereby allowing them to more quickly and efficiently expand their services and networks. Four years of North America, European and Indian deployments, are demonstrating positive and measurable performance and economic results for the operators where any combination of multiple frequency bands, antenna and tower consolidation and increasing demand for new services are urgent requirements.
Quintel is an innovative leader in wireless network antenna technology development and manufacturing solutions. The company’s products enable global wireless operators to independently deploy and optimize multiple air interfaces or services on a single standard antenna platform. Quintel is the only antenna maker whose products can increase a wireless network’s capacity, and the number of services, without increasing the number of antennas or size. Our core technologies originated in the United Kingdom’s Ministry of Defence, and are now deployed throughout the world. Quintel is headquartered in Rochester, New York with additional offices throughout North America, Europe and Asia. More information about Quintel is available at http://www.quintelsolutions.com.
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