AirCell® Radiating cables are designed to function as a dual continuous, evenly distributed antenna. This design enables communications to continue seamlessly.
Wireless Distributed Communication Systems (WDCS)
WDCS offers RF communication systems for confined areas. It enables people to use their mobile radios and cellular phones in areas not normally covered with RF signals.
WDCS provides coverage for:
- Analogue security and emergency services, in frequency range of 75 to 150 MHz (police, fire department, rescue/emergency service)
- Analogue cellular networks, in the frequency range of 400 to 900 MHz (NMT and AMPS)
- Digital cellular networks, in the frequency range of 450 to 2,650 MHz (TETRA 380, TETRA 450, TETRA 800, CDMA/TDMA 800, SMR, GSM-R, PMRS, , GSM 900, GSM 1800, PCN/PCS 1900, UMTS 2100, W-CDMA 2100)
- Wireless data transmission at 2.400 MHz (Wireless LAN, 802.11 Ethernet, Bluetooth)
- Broadcast services (in the frequency range of FM, VHF, and UHF; DAB and DVB)
Large building structures often have RF blockage resulting in communication “blind” spots. Radiating cables provide the solution when obstructions are high and where multiple services such as cellular, PCS, paging and emergency communications are required.