One of the main design variations of the IINNTENNA is its application as a high-performing base station antenna. Some of the issues we see with today’s trajectory of 5G rollouts and the vast increase in need for base stations is the amount of deaths within the USA caused directly from mounting the base stations. Today’s base stations are too heavy and far too impractical to be considered “the best” as many would claim. They are dangerous to install and require dozens more per area with the new 5G high frequency, low range designs that only cover a short distance.
Our IINNTENNA is not only smaller and a fraction of the weight, it is also multi-beamed to increase gain and distance while beating current speeds. There has been a need for this innovation since the time of 4G and it is only growing as 5G rolls out across the map. We also offer customized application solutions to improve your base stations’ performance and differentiate your products with innovative features on all physical and RF fronts. Once we reach the optimal design solution based on your specific needs, run performance and user experience testing in your labs (or any lab of your choice), and address each of your concerns in advancing your technology together, we offer licensing and manufacturing options to complete your full scale solution. Contact us for a commitment-free consultation today.
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