The data volumes handled by mobile communication systems have been growing exponentially in recent years and are expected to continue multiplying in the years ahead. The need for ever-faster transmission rates, lower latencies, and larger network capacities can only be met with new technologies such as 5G.
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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 (see below) while delivering clear competitive advantages.
As 5G makes rapid strides worldwide, trials and pilots of 5G Broadcast are also attracting considerable interest. They include projects to test the use of a single-frequency network (SFN) to support both networks operating in broadcasting mode: cellular networks and radio stations. SPINNER sees great potential in this trend and therefore joined the 5G Media Action Group (5G MAG) in mid-2021.
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The idea of supplementing 5G broadband cellular networks with a broadcasting mode is rapidly catching on around the world. Alongside the option of directly addressing multiple recipients in mobile cells, enthusiasm about creating a high-power, high-tower overlay network has been growing. This paves the way for broadcast or multicast signals with an enormous range.
The Chinese Tianwen-1 Mars mission carried special space-appropriate single- and dual-channel X-band rotary joints from SPINNER on board. Following its launch on July 23, 2020, it became the first Chinese spacecraft to go into orbit around the red planet on February 10, 2021.
5G is progressing by leaps and bounds, and has meanwhile also made it to in-building cellular coverage solutions. So far, 5G bands with frequencies up to 3800 MHz have had to be laboriously cascaded. But the new SPINNER hexaplexer makes things a lot easier.
The search for the ultimate low-PIM load for in-building projects has finally come to a happy end. Read why the new load from SPINNER breaks new ground and is the new number one. And we don’t mean maybe!
About two years ago, SPINNER added in-building antennas to its portfolio. This move upgraded us to the status of a complete supplier for in-building mobile communications solutions. From combining all the way to antennas, everything is available from a single source in the high quality that SPINNER is famous for.
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