Products Overview | TenXc Wireless

By: Tenxc  09-12-2011
Keywords: Antenna, Spectrum, Antenna Products

Product Design

At TenXc Wireless, we are dedicated to providing state-of-the art antenna solutions to resolve network capacity challenges and simplify the evolution of wireless networks.  Leveraging our advanced static and dynamic beamforming technologies, TenXc's antenna products are designed to  dramatically improve network service capacity and quality by addressing spectral efficiency, link quality, and coverage constraints.

Additionally, our solutions can be  tailored to specific hotspot sites. By improving spectral capacity and performance at congested sites, a carrier can greatly extend the usefulness of existing spectrum and network infrastructure before resorting to purchasing new spectrum.

TenXc's Bi-Sector Arrays  allow operators to realize the full capacity benefits and quality improvements of high-order sectorization.

The TenXc Bi-Sector Array

Our Bi-Sector Array antenna is based on patented advanced beam-shaping technology. An industry first, the Bi-Sector Array uses unique asymmetrical beam-shaping to implement higher-order sectorization, essentially splitting one sector with two high-performance asymmetrical beams from a single antenna.

This division allows for better use of limited spectrum, delivering maximum capacity performance gains with simple implementation and reduced site antenna count. The Bi-Sector Array's “drop and insert” RF design maps to standard 65° sector coverage, enabling hotspot deployment in existing networks without the need to re-engineer surrounding sites.

TenXc Bi-Sector Array Advantages

  • Boosts cell capacity within existing spectrum by up to 3x
  • Fully compatible with existing GSM, CDMA and UMTS BTS equipment
  • Quick and simple installation
  • Cost-effective alternative to Multiple Carrier Adds
  • Supports gradual 4, 5 or 6 sector conversions
  • Reduces “other cell” interference and dropped calls

Keywords: Antenna, Antenna Products, Spectrum,

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