Wireless Base Stations

In today's new wireless base stations, there is frequent use of fiber optic links to implement Fiber-To-The-Antenna (FTTA) to reduce losses and make it easier to connect multiple antenna sites to a common base station processing unit. Fiber optic links are also common for the backhaul transport connection between the base station and the rest of the network.

The remote radio units (RRUs) need RF components that are efficient, compact, and capable of being integrated into small enclosures while delivering excellent sensitivity and bandwidth.

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