- Laurence Russell
New LTE700 antenna from HUBER+SUHNER empowers mission-critical networks
As the amount of data traffic for mission-critical networks continues to grow, this directly impacts the requirement for a broader frequencies range. To meet the challenge of this increasing demand, HUBER+SUHNER has developed the LTE700 antenna, the latest addition to the Special Communication portfolio, enabling reliable communication for private and mission-critical networks.
The LTE700 antenna operates between a range of 698 – 960 MHz and is able to empower private networks across a number of verticals, from private business operations such as smart metering and smart grids, to blue-light and emergency service communications, traditionally found in the lower frequency bands.
“With the LTE700 antenna now added, HUBER+SUHNER can fully provide a solutions portfolio to match all requirements when it comes to critical communications,” said Michael Thiel, Product Manager at HUBER+SUHNER. “Whether in use for smart metering or blue-light operations, our solutions will deliver adaptable, consistent connectivity where it matters most.”
The antenna features an integrated Remote Electrical Tilt (RET), which enables operators to remotely adjust the antenna’s downtilt angle between 0° - 10°, eliminating the need for manual on-site adjustments and reducing downtime and maintenance costs.
This latest product release replaces the existing narrowband antenna in the 790 – 960 MHz range and completes the HUBER+SUHNER portfolio for the critical communications sector.