SPINNER and its partner have equipped the Senckenberg Tower high-rise office development in Frankfurt am Main with a passive 4G multi-operator in-house system. SPINNER thus once again ensures optimum mobile reception in a building with complex architecture for all standard mobile networks.
Ruggedized test port adapters from SPINNER are quick and easy to attach to your vector network analyzer so you can start getting results right away. Plus, they very effectively protect the VNA test port from accidental damage.
The 1.5-3.5 series features the successful design pioneered by the low-PIM 4.3-10 series but with smaller dimensions. While the 4.3-10 series is similar in size to a conventional type N connector, the 1.5-3.5 series is much smaller to meet the typical space requirements of the SMA series.
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, the Singapore mobile operators - Singtel, M1, StarHub and SIMBA – as well as the Land Transport Authority (LTA) and Singapore Technologies.
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.
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