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L-Com Antennas for Cellular Applications

by Stuart Berry January 14, 2016

L-Com Antennas for Cellular Applications

As cellular networks continue to grow and new cellular technologies evolve, L-com continues to support cellular wireless applications with its comprehensive HyperLink® brand antenna line.

The explosion of cellular communications is seen both in the private and public sectors with usage ranging from personal cell phones to industrial cellular modems used in factory and field communications systems.

Additionally the need for cellular communications support is seen with Distributed Antenna System (DAS) technology where WiFi (2.4 GHz and 5GHz communication) co-exist with typically 3G and 4G cellular traffic.

The chart shown here outlines the different cellular technologies and their frequencies and bands.

L-com stocks thousands of antennas designed to work with the most popular cellular frequencies, and for most customer requirements. Check out our Antenna Page for more details.




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