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Microlab Offers New Line of Public Safety Components

Public Safety

Public Safety 
Public Safety communications worldwide are becoming increasingly important to ensure that first responders communicate reliably during emergencies for the protection and preservation of life and property. Public Safety agencies like the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) and the International Fire Code (IFC) have created safety in-building communication requirements and best practices. Local municipalities and authorities at different government levels in the U.S. are now mandating these safety codes for new and existing buildings and facilities. 

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Microlab Offers New 4.3-10 Low PIM Connector on Selected Products

Microlab, a Wireless Telecom Group company (NYSE:WTT), is announcing the addition of 4.3-10 connectors to its market leading RF passive components. The 4.3-10 interface (IEC-61169-54) has been developed to meet the current and future needs of the mobile communications market. The new connector interface guarantees excellent low PIM performance that is independent of tightening torque making it yet another choice of robust low PIM connector on Microlab's products.

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Wireless Telecom Group offers new Mini-DIN Connectors

Microlab, a Wireless Telecom Group company (NYSE:WTT), is excited to announce the addition of 4.1-9.5 DIN connectors to its low passive intermodulation (PIM) product line. This builds on their commitment of providing wireless operators and their system designers with the most flexible and reliable components for distributed antenna systems, macro, and small cell applications.

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Wireless Telecom Group offers new line of DAS Carrier Conditioners: DCC Series™

Microlab is introducing a new product line for both in-Building and outdoor DAS applications, the DCC Series™ DAS Carrier Conditioners. These products are equally suited for passive DAS venues and for active fiber DAS installations. DCC Series™ DAS interfaces allow for a wide variety of configurations, starting from simple two-port combining, to multi-carrier multi-band systems with integrated low pim, high power attenuators plus variable attenuators and monitoring ports.

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Webinar - Are Passive Intermodulation (PIM) Effects of Concern for In-Building DAS Venues?

PIM signals residing in the receiving bands of telecommunication systems interfere with actual Rx signals and with that, reduce the network's capacity. The amount of unwanted PIM signals is directly proportional to the carrier power in the RF path. While macro cells operate at high power levels, most in-building DAS networks use low antenna power levels because they employ multiple antennas. Compared to macro cells, each antenna needs to cover only a relatively small area. Does ubiquitous system noise supersede any PIM effects? Wolfgang Damm discusses causes of Passive Intermodulation (PIM), its effects on network quality and offers guidelines to ensure networks provide maximum bandwidth.

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Introducing Microlab Jumper-Cables

Microlab has extended its line of JP / JR / JS series jumper cables. With an operating range of DC to 3 GHz, these cables are ideal for all telecommunication applications in the frequency bands between 380 and 2,700 MHz. While attractively priced, all cables are "Microlab Certified™", a quality guaranty well recognized in the Telecommunication market.

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IP67 For Outdoor Components

Components used outdoors must always function flawlessly - even under severe weather condition. The degree of component protection is reflected in the Ingress Protection rating, e.g. IP67. Learn more about IP ratings here:

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Importance of Low PIM Components Webinar

The advent of wireless with its tightly grouped, high power, high frequency signals and the associated high sensitivity receivers has created many unanticipated PIM (Passive Intermodulation) problems. PIM is caused by improper design of the passive, sharing transmission line by the receive signal. This brief overview describes a few of the problems and solutions encountered by Microlab/FXR in its efforts to supply PIM-free wireless components.

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In Building Systems Webinar

This webinar will discuss the different approaches to in-building communications systems with a primary focus on the advantages of the passive DAS. We will discuss the use of different types of components and also draw attention to the contribution to PIM from various sources.

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Low Price SMA Power Dividers for WiMAX 1700 – 4200 MHz

Announcing an important WiMAX addition to its already wide range of $ Saver Power Splitters/Dividers. The new low cost, 2, 3, 4 and 8 way Power Dividers, Dx-63FF series, cover from 1700 to 4,200 MHz to not only include the PCS and UMTS bands but the new 2.5 – 2.7 MHz WiMAX/LTE expansion band up, and 3.5 GHz WiMAX bands.

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New 50W Portable PIM Loads 698 – 2700 MHz

Announcing the addition of a new Portable Low Passive Intermodulation, (PIM), 50W Terminations to our line of Low PIM products. These terminations have typical PIM performance of <-165 dBc, and are guaranteed <-160 dBc, when measured using two 20W test tones, to meet the demanding needs of the wireless market where PIM performance is so critical to optimizing cellular system operation.

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