Foshan, Guangdong Province (July 31th, 2019)- Sanny Telecom, a professional & technology-driven antenna manufacturer of wireless antenna products, has just announced its first 16×16 MIMO sector antenna to address the 5G NR Mid Bands base station.
Sanny Telecom’s STS3G17B65XM16 is a high gain 17dBi MIMO sector antenna with 65 degrees. It uses MU-MIMO technologies for better performance in crowded environments, advanced roaming capabilities supporting multi-band operation. Combining 8 each dual-polarity antenna arrays into a single radome eliminates the need to purchase separate antennas, simplifying installation and reducing deployment costs by 87.5%.
The STS3G17B65XM16 includes eight independent antennas with cross-polarization, which doubles the wireless capacity over the same channels. Furthermore, it becomes much more efficient with the ability to split channels into as many as 16 channels, thus improving RF performance and increasing data speed. It makes life easier when deploying high managing high-throughput data networks.
The antenna features heavy-duty UV-resistant plastic radomes for all-weather operation. Additionally, it’s supplied with a heavy-duty swivel mast mount kits, which allows installation with various degrees of up/down tilts for easy alignment.
Sanny Telecom also provides the customization service based on frequency ranges, gain, beamwidth, isolation as well as radome material, IP rating, and etc.
For more information about this release, please contact:
Andrew Chen, Marketing Manager
+86 757 8766 0070, email@example.com
About Sanny Telecom:
Sanny Telecom, a professional and technology-driven manufacturer of wireless antenna products, offers various ranges of antenna solutions and considerate one-stop customer service for the wireless communications industries. The company’s product portfolio includes 5G NR Antennas, MIMO antennas, WiFi antennas, RFID antennas, custom antennas, pigtails, mounting brackets, and enclosures, etc. Sanny Telecom’s wireless antennas are designed for WiFi, DAS, 802.11a/b/g/n/ac/ax, RFID, private networks and more.