Procom introduces three new antennas and new series of 100W diplexers

Two new downtilt antennas and a TETRA base station antenna added to portfolio along with new 100W diplexers for VHF, TETRA and UHF bands

Procom introduces three new antennas and new series of 100W diplexers

Procom has added two new downtilt antennas to its portfolio of antenna products along with a new Tetra base station antenna. It has also launched a new series of high-perfromance 100W diplexers covering the VHF, TETRA and UHF frequency bands.

The company said that the new base antennas are designed by experience engineers with a focus on the professional user. The antennas are of sturdy construction and the use of high-quality materials in construction along with an extensive QA-system ensures the high quality of both electrical specifications as well as mechanical parameters.

They are designed to reduce wind load and reduce space load on tower/antenna sites to give optimum function for many years even under extreme climatic conditions. The antennas are:

CXL 70-5C/T-7 is a UHF 7dBi (4.8dBd) gain vertically polarized omnidirectional base station antenna with a 7 degree electrical downtilt.

CXL 70-5C/T-12 is a UHF 7dBi (4.8dBd) gain vertically polarized omnidirectional base station antenna with a 12 degree electrical downtilt.

CXL TETRA-5SL/ is a UHF 7.5dBi (5.4dBd) gain vertically polarized omnidirectional base station antenna.

Specifications include wind loads up to 160 km/h, temperature ranges from -35°C to +70°C, and Nfemale connectors as standard.

Downtilt antennas allow users greater flexibility in tilting the antenna beam and manipulating the radiation pattern. As a result they allow the operator to minimize interference and to obtain the best quality of service for sites.

Michael Hudson, for Procom UK Systems commented: ‘With these new antennas we are bringing into the market start-of-the-art products with high-performance, reliability which can offer flexible solutions to customers.’

100W Diplexers

The new series of PRO-DIPX diplexers are designed using the Chebyshev characteristic, which ensures low insertion loss typically 0.6dB and high isolation of 40dB – covering 0-960MHz with SMA, TNC or BNC connectors.

Diplexers are passive devices that multiplex two ports into a single common port. They prevent intermodulation and keep reflected VSWR to a minimum for each of the input transmitters. A typical example would be the simultaneous operation of two different band radio transceivers on a common antenna. 

Written by Wireless magazine
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