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RFI have been supporting Australian and International customers with unique base station antenna designs since 1979. With the evolution of wireless communications the demand for high performance antennas remains foremost to ensuring the optimum performance of your wireless network, no matter how big or small

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range of antennas caters to frequencies from 27MHz to 5800MHz, and our thorough understanding of complex network design architectures, PIM, PIP and RF propagation characteristics and the myriad of other parameters that determine antenna suitability has enabled us to produce an antenna product range unmatched in its excellence.

 
•Dipole Arrays
•Corporate, End-Fed and Meanderฎ Collinears
•Yagis, Corner Reflectors and Panel antennas
•Side Mount Dipoles
•In-building and In-tunnel antennas
•Phasing Harnesses and other related accessories
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CONTROL STATION COMBINERS

 

CSC’s are used to combine any number of mobile or base transceivers located in the same place onto either a separate Tx and Rx antenna or a combined antenna using a duplexer or the short haul CSC versions.

There are a number of CSC options available, each option providing specific functionality for the respective application.

The three primary categories are Standard, Short Haul and Broad Band Short Haul Control Station Combiners. The short haul and broadband short haul in essence have the same electrical performance relative to the number of combined ports, however as the name suggests the broad band unit covers the full 40MHz to 960MHz frequency range, whereas the short haul unit is available in different bands.  

The standard CSC options cater for single Tx/Rx port inputs and separated Tx and Rx ports from either mobile or base transceivers. The options also provide options for Rx amplifiers as the Tx and Rx paths are internally separated.

Broadband 40MHz - 960MHz 4, 8, 16 Channel Control Station Combiner
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130-150, 150-175, 380-450, 400-470, 450-520 MHz; 4, 8, 12, 16, 32 Channel Control Station Combiners
 

RFI utilizes the latest in antenna design software, specialized test equipment, industry-leading experience and a flexible production environment to create best-in-class products across the diversity of wireless markets – including two-way radio, mobile data and paging, cellular, wireless LAN and industrial, scientific and medical (ISM).  RFI’s comprehensive

  Antennas
  Antenna System Monitor
  The RFI Antenna System Monitor (ASM) provides channel specific forward and reflected transmitted power monitoring, a Tx to Rx antenna isolation measurement and Rx RSSI levels for up to 80 channels.
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•Individual channel monitoring of Tx forward and reflected power in
      multi-channel, digital and analog systems.
•Non-intrusive measurement of per channel forward power and VSWR.
•Capable of monitoring up to 80 channels.
•Rx channel RSSI level or test frequency Tx to Rx antenna isolation monitoring.
•4 separate paired FWD and REF inputs to accommodate single or combined transmitter inputs.
•Aggregated summary fault/ VSWR / FWD power level / Rx Level (Tx to Rx Antenna Isolation) alarms.
•Configurationand alarm threshold level setting via RJ45 Ethernet port.
•Supplied with one Antenna Line Coupler, additional couplers ordered separately
 Antenna System Monitor 132-174MHz
 Antenna System Monitor 870-960MHz
 Antenna System Monitor 746-870MHz
 Antenna System Monitor 380-520MHz
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 Channel Alarm Module (option for ASM)
  The Channel Alarm Module (CAM) is an option for the Antenna System Monitor (ASM) that provides ten alarm relays outputs for assignment to individual channels being monitored by the ASM. Up to ten CAM units may be conveniently connected onto one ASM unit.
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Site Alarm Module (option for ASM)
 The Site Alarm Module (SAM) is an option for the Antenna System Monitor (ASM) that provides ten alarm relays outputs for assignment to individual channels being monitored by the ASM. Up to ten SAM units may be conveniently connected onto one ASM unit.
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