October 23, 2019

ADRF Unveils Suite of 5G In-Building Wireless Solutions

ADRF unveils suite of 5G in-building wireless solutions


In-building wireless technology provider Advanced RF Technologies (ADRF) unveiled a suite of 5G wireless products, including millimeter wave repeaters, a digital distributed antenna system and millimeter wave support for its ADXV Series DAS.

The firm said that these solutions will enable carriers, enterprises, and building owners to provide 5G in-building wireless connectivity required to support Enhanced Mobile Broadband (eMBB), Massive IoT (mMTC), Ultra-Reliable Low-Latency Communication (URLLC), and other data-intensive digital applications for buildings of different sizes.

“ADRF has been a leader of in-building wireless connectivity solutions for 20 years, and we are proud to unveil our next generation of products to support 5G connectivity for stadiums, campuses, and venues of all shapes and sizes,” said Andrew Jun, CTO at ADRF. “The mmWave support for our DAS and repeater solutions allows enterprises and carriers to continue building private and commercial LTE wireless networks, and cost-effectively upgrade to 5G when they are ready.”

ADRF highlighted that key 5G product highlights include:

-MWR Series mmWave repeaters, which brings in-building wireless coverage for small to medium size venues, supporting the n261 band (27.5 GHz-28.35 GHz) and up to 800 MHz IBW.

-ADXD Series Digital DAS: ADXD DAS provides a fiber-to-the-edge (FTTX) option to support multi-carrier 4G LTE and 5G high capacity and coverage connectivity needs for in-building networks. The modular and future-proof design transports frequencies from 600 to 3700 MHz on a single hardware layer regardless of protocol or modulation.

-mmWave Support for ADXV Series DAS, which improves ADRF’s flagship DAS in order to satisfy public safety, enterprise, and carrier needs on a single compact platform with the introduction of modules supporting 5G NR Band n261 (27.5 GHz-28.35 GHz).

ADRF is showcase its new 5G products at Mobile World Congress Los Angeles this week.