Architectural design and layouts of large buildings can be the enemy of wireless technology, limiting signal coverage and making it difficult to install systems to create better wireless coverage and capacity.

CommScope Enterprise Solutions has introduced its new Wired for Wireless Solution, providing owners and developers of new buildings with the infrastructure necessary – in advance – to eliminate weak or blocked signal areas from the outset and prepare them for better wireless coverage over the structure’s lifetime.

Most new hospitals, high-rise office buildings, hotels and government buildings boast energy-saving features such as heavily insulated walls and windows that reduce energy costs. Unfortunately, those same energy-saving measures can also make it difficult to receive outside wireless signals.

The Wired for Wireless Solution provides the infrastructure to eliminate these dead zones within new buildings.

The Wired for Wireless Solution features two Andrew Cell-Max low-profile, multiband indoor antennas that cover 3G applications up to 2.7 MHz. It also utilizes Andrew’s HELIAX 2.0 transmission line cables, both Low Smoke Zero Halogen (LSZH) and plenum, easy-to-install connectors for high performance and flexibility, and cable management apparatus.

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