New 8-port, multi-band antenna
Maximizes frequency utilization
A new high-gain antenna from CellMax offers extreme coverage, resulting in best-in-industry CINR levels. The result is maximum spectrum use, higher subscriber satisfaction and lower total cost of ownership.
The new 12045 antenna achieves 17.5 dBi of gain on the low band – typically 1dBi better than competing antennas – and 21 dBi on the high-band. The 21 dBi high-band performance is 3–4 dBi better than most competing antennas, a difference of 100-151%. This allows carriers to offload much more low-band traffic onto the high band and make more low band available for subscribers who really need it.
Increased subscriber satisfaction
Load balancing allows more connections, and fewer dropped calls on the low band while increasing coverage, indoor penetration and data throughput on the high band. This means increased subscriber satisfaction and higher revenue from both voice calls and data.
Looking at total cost of ownership, this antenna is the natural choice when looking at total cost of ownership from end to end. By improving coverage, frequency utilization and data throughput speed, this antenna improves and maximizes existing assets.
The eight ports consist of two arrays on the low band supporting 4X4 MIMO and two arrays on high band also supporting 4X4 MIMO.
Lowest PIM on the market
Because of the unique, patented construction of CellMax antennas, PIM, a type of interference that reduces throughput, is the lowest on the market and guaranteed to be 160 dBc or better. Competing manufacturers typically claim 153 dBc at best.
8 port multiband antenna
- 617-896 MHz to 1695-2695 MHz
- Low band gain 17.5 dBi
- High-band gain 21 dBi
- PIM 160 dBC
- Maximum coverage
- Maximum indoor penetration
- Maximum data transaction throughput and speed