Mobile Communication - In-Building
In May this year, Petracarbon was awarded the contract to supply and install 60 units of SPINNER Mobile Network Combining Systems - MNCS® - for the MRT tunnel Circle Line upgrading project. The technical development of the MNCS® design was accomplished in close cooperation between SPINNER China, Petracarbon and the Singapore mobile operators.
Test & Measurement
What is a 1.5-3.5 calibration kit for?
Simple: coaxial connectors play crucial roles in transmitting RF signals between base stations and remote radio heads (RRUsHs ) on the one hand and antennas on the other.
Contactless Data and Power Transmission
The new bearing-free, and thus maintenance-free, rotary joint has a free internal diameter of 140 mm and enables on the one hand a safe IO-Link transmission of two IO-Link channels and on the other hand contactless energy transmission to provide the power supply for the connected sensors.
With the new SPINNER ruggedized precision test port adapters, so-called port replicators, also known as sacrificial adapters or wear-and-tear connectors, you can effectively protect the test port connector on your measuring instrument against accidental damage and wear.
In-Building Wireless Solutions
These days, more than 80 percent of mobile communications data traffic is in buildings. That puts a damper on mobile network coverage.
This is where we come to the rescue. Our solutions provide great coverage in buildings and complexes where many people use smartphones and traffic volume is on the rise.
Your Career at SPINNER
SPINNER develops and produces trailblazing RF products that set new standards of performance and longevity. Many of the products in common use today are based on SPINNER inventions and patents.
We offer you a wide range of career prospects!
SPINNER products have already been installed in more than thousand In-Building projects worldwide: they reliably and cost-effectively perform at airports, in shopping malls, on exhibition grounds, in office and governmental buildings, and in hotels and stadiums.
SPINNER has enlarged its portfolio of fiber-optic rotary joints with a new record-setting version with no fewer than 109 channels. This new model is ideally suited for use in offshore and FPSO applications while delivering clear competitive advantages. The large number of individual passive channels does away with the need for active multiplexers.
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SPINNER supplies the whole range of all passive RF components required between the base station and the antenna for all common communication networks worldwide. Our solutions for the multiple use of antenna systems for outdoor and indoor applications allow cost efficient coverage with wireless communication networks.
Industry and Automation
There is a growing need for faster, more accurate data and power transmission via rotary joints for automation applications. SPINNER is now offering a new technology to accomplish this: contactless rotating interfaces based on inductive and electronic coupling.
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