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Docomo field tests active antenna system

Monday 24 February 2014 | 00:01 CET | News
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Japanese mobile operator NTT Docomo has field tested an active antenna system for mobile networks in which a 4 dB reduction in electrical loss compared to conventional antennas was demonstrated. The active antenna system for the field test was developed by Tokyo-based Nihon Dengyo Kosaku. By demonstrating the active antenna system's capability to expand a base station's range of coverage, the field test points to the potential for more extensive mobile service in rural areas and faster recovery when rebuilding network infrastructure damaged by a natural disaster.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: NTT DoCoMo
Countries: Japan
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