Advanced RF Technologies, Inc. (ADRF) has announced their new line of low PIM 4.3-10 passive components, supporting frequencies ranging from 578 MHz to 2,700 MHz, to help wireless carriers increase RF density, improving networking capacity for every customers’ Distributed Antenna Systems (DAS) installation and upgrades.
4.3-10 passive components are a dramatic improvement to previous generations, most notably for the ability to mitigate passive intermodulation (PIM), which degrades quality of the wireless communication system, while featuring a compact form factor and supporting high levels of radio frequency (RF) power. Additionally, the components reduce tower load and costs, and are more compact than the widely used 7-16 DIN connector.
“ADRF provides our customers with modular, efficient and powerful equipment at a competitive cost,” says William Wong, Manager for DAS Engineering Team at ADRF. “The new line of 4.3-10 passive components, built in-house, helps us provide further cost savings when we install or upgrade a new DAS.”