SPINNER coaxial components for in-building mobile communication
As more than 80 percent of mobile traffic in the meantime takes place in buildings, this is a challenge for the mobile network coverage. Often, the transmission of mobile base stations outside the building does not reach inside, because behind concrete and glass facades, the reception is much weaker.
Passive RF components from SPINNER provide good coverage in buildings. Especially where many people use their smartphone and the traffic volume increases, e.g. in office buildings, shopping centers, exhibition halls and venues, airports, train stations, sports stadiums and more.
SPINNER in-building components save CAPEX
Experience shows that the higher technical overhead of active solutions usually costs twice as much as their passive counterparts. Passive systems, with good planning, smart sectorization and high-tech design, can also serve both large areas and high traffic volumes.
Passive components also lower your OPEX
Passive solutions can be operated almost without costs. They require neither electricity nor air conditioning technology and work wear-free. This eliminates all expenses for operation, monitoring and maintenance of the system as well as for system updates or services. In fact, only the required area or space is the only item in the operating costs. That means you can save up to 99 percent in operating costs compared to active systems.
SPINNER In-Building: future-proof solutions
Today, mobile communication is in a dynamic environment with short innovation cycles and new transmission technologies. The available bandwidths are also being used more and more intensively.
The components of SPINNER offer the chance that you can easily accept new tapes. Splitter and Tapper handle frequencies up to 3800 GHz. With such a wide band, these models also cover future requirements.
In general, passive systems significantly reduce the complexity of networks and are maintenance-free. Passive solutions are better protected against eavesdroppers and less susceptible to sabotage than active solutions.
Use bandwidth efficiently, high signal quality and transmission rate
For many in-building projects, it is still underestimated how much the quality of the components installed affects the performance of the overall system. Comparing the data sheets, this is not immediately apparent. Passive intermodulation (PIM), isolation and reflection affect the signal-to-noise ratio, a measure of the quality of a useful signal that is disturbed by a noise signal. The lower the signal-to-noise ratio, the worse the transmission rate of a system.
SPINNER Combining solutions offer the required premium quality with the least possible interferences - from development to the selection of materials and production methods. Thus, a maximum possible transmission rate can be achieved. An inadequate combining/distribution system is going to devalue your investment in expensive tech.