Galtronics Launches New 20/60 degrees LTE MIMO Antenna for High-Capacity Venues

BARCELONA, Spain -- Galtronics Corporation Ltd., adds to its EXTENT stadium antenna line the new EXTENT™ D5502i narrow-beam LTE MIMO panel antenna, which supports the full frequency range between 698 MHz-2700 MHz with excellent RF performance.

The new D5502i antenna is a broadband, directional, single-sector MIMO antenna designed for use in stadiums, campuses or similar venues that have very high capacity needs for wireless connectivity met by distributed antenna systems. Galtronics engineers have designed this antenna with a precise, consistent footprint, low interference and very small physical dimensions. The radome is specifically engineered to be unobtrusive in a large-venue environment.

The D5502i completes Galtronics' advanced antenna portfolio for large venues, which also includes its EXTENT™ 30/60 degrees, 30/30 degrees, and 60/60 degrees antennas and provides a broad range of options for flexible design to meet high-capacity venues network needs. This enables RF engineers to design optimized DAS installations with high sectorization to support modern wireless networks.

"With this 20/60 high capacity 'Galtronics technology inside' antenna product we complete our high capacity venue product portfolio for DAS market as it exists today," said Ephraim Ulmer, President and CEO of Galtronics. "We will continue to innovate in this fast moving wireless space, and we are working closely with our key customers on the next generation of products to further enhance high density and large venue wireless communications."

Features of the D5502i 20/60 degrees MIMO antenna include:
• MIMO support across the frequency range of 698 MHz-2700 MHz
• Low VSWR of <1.7:1
• Height: 13.3" (340 mm)
• Antenna depth: 5.6" (143 mm)
• Antenna width: 13.3" (340 mm)
• PIM certification guaranteed: < -153 dBc @ 2x43 dbm, with every port and band tested prior to shipment

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