Indian wireless operator Tata Teleservices has selected CommScope’s smoothwall RF feeder coaxial cable for its new site roll-outs. CommScope’s HELIAX FXL features a patented closed microcell foam dielectric and foam-filled inner conductor. Tata Teleservices, in switching to HELIAX FXL, will utilize the high-performing coaxial cable at the new rollouts of its base station sites in India.

The FXL smoothwall cable delivers a new level of benefits in wireless network performance and reliability, compared to its corrugated copper predecessor HELIAX VXL.?? Compared with traditional all-copper cables, HELIAX FXL is more energy-efficient, durable and has greater flexibility. In addition, it requires less electric power and fuel to manufacture and transport. And, with its aluminum outer conductor, it is less prone to the theft issues that have been affecting network components made entirely from copper.

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