Aurora CMM.100.A 5-6GHz C-Band Massive MIMO Phased Array
The Aurora Massive MIMO Phased Array is a dual polarised 5G-ready antenna array which uses Massive MIMO to achieve high data rates.
It is designed for future 5G application where high gain directive beams will be needed to address the high-bandwidth demands of a fixed or mobile user.
The panel has over 1GHz 10dB impedance bandwidth and features over 20dB isolation between the horizontal and vertical polarizations.
The panel incorporates 64 antenna elements, each of which transmits and receives at different polarizations at the same time providing two independent signal paths from the transmitter to the receiver, resulting in a 128 antenna wireless system in just one panel.
Multiple panels can be merged together, using an innovative and simple click-in mechanism, to provide a Massive MIMO array offering limitless gain value.
In Massive MIMO Multiple beam can be individually steered to offer higher throughput and coverage while mitigating co-channel interference than legacy LTE antenna technology. In Multi-User Massive MIMO allows for up to 12 antennas used for 1 client device and 128 antennas can serve 10 clients simultaneously. The 5-6GHz Massive MIMO array combines 12 radiating elements at a time to give an effective gain of 19dBi with a half power beamwidth of 14° degrees. Alternatively all 128 antennas can be combined to give an effective gain of 27 dBi with a halfpower beamwidth of 7°
The Massive MIMO technology enables beamforming to address multiple moving users at the same time which the Aurora also supports.
Adaptrix 5 CMM.200 5-6GHz C-Band Massive MIMO Phased Array
The Adaptrix 5 5-6GHz Massive MIMO Phased Array is a 5G-ready antenna which uses Massive MIMO to achieve high data rates. It is designed for future 5G application where high gain directive beams will be needed to address the high-bandwidth needs of a fixed or mobile user. It is optimized for 200MHz windows to match customers’ requirements.
The block is designed with a tongue and groove frame that allows the user to implement multiple units by stacking and mounting. It can be supplied with blank ground extension sections that surround the actual antenna panels and ensure consistent radiation pattern from each antenna element regardless of where it is located within the array.