New 5G Coupler Rounds Out SPINNER’s Broadband DAS Portfolio

In recent months, SPINNER has developed and begun supplying a large number of components for broadband distributed antenna systems (DAS). Our goal has been to seamlessly cover the entire frequency range from 380 to 3,800 MHz. The latest addition is a new 5G coupler that closes the last remaining gap. Now there is at least one component in every DAS product group (splitters, tappers, antennas, etc.) for the entire frequency spectrum from PMR to 5G. As a result, DAS networks can now be completely assembled using SPINNER components and no longer need to be modified if more frequency bands are added later. The result: maximum future viability in uncompromising SPINNER quality!

New Symmetrical Splitters: Broadband and Compact

Turn one into many: this principle is applied in passive distribution networks to make mobile signals reach even the remotest corners of buildings with complex geometries. Our latest new splitters let you take advantage of it while reliably preventing any interference from sneaking into your network. Even better, they put the entire frequency range from 380 to 3,800 MHz at your fingertips. This lets you build for the future: with high-quality SPINNER products for outstanding network performance.

Product Sale at Special Low Prices

Get special discounts on remaining stocks of discontinued products! Go to an overview in our Product Finder to see what’s currently available. We continually update it, so it’s worthwhile for you to check regularly.

SPINNER DAS Assures Full Cellular Coverage for the dm Chain’s Corporate Headquarters

Open, welcoming and sustainable, the dm-dialogicum in Karlsruhe has been the dm chain of drugstores’ corporate headquarters since July 2019. Its offices not only treat employees and visitors to a modern ambience flooded with sunlight. The complex also provides seamless mobile connectivity to all with a distributed antenna system installed by Schlagenhauf GmbH and featuring SPINNER components.

SPINNER AMS with Distance-to-Fault

The SPINNER AMS (Antenna Monitoring System) has become a best practice at every broadcasting site. It protects the infrastructure by detecting faults early and triggers preventive maintenance before serious failure can occur. And now we’ve expanded its functionality to not only warn you about the problem, but also to locate it for a fast repair, saving both time and money.

Don't  Stopp Turning - SPINNER Rotary Joints for Air Traffic Surveillance Radar Systems

To dependably track aircraft movements and ensure smooth, orderly traffic while minimizing accidents, it’s essential to deploy state-of-the-art technology with components that leverage the power of digitization. SPINNER has launched a new generation of future-proof RF rotary joints that deliver a number of major benefits.

First 20:4 Multiband Combining System for 5G

You don’t need to worry about power or network management: passive in-building systems ensure excellent cellular connections, also in large, sprawling building complexes, without any operating costs at all. You can install the new 19” shelf from SPINNER today and use it tomorrow for 5G or IoT applications. You no longer need to touch the devices themselves. This adds up to maximum readiness for the future in the uncompromisingly high quality that SPINNER is known for.

Covid-19: Production up and running - Business Continuity Plan

Stay healthy – together we will get through these difficult weeks.

We are in close touch with our own suppliers and taking joint action with them to ensure the availability of all required components and materials so that our plants can continue working as usual.

Measuring of 75 Ω Line Systems

Recently SPINNER has expanded its broadcasting portfolio by adding quite a few new products for large line sizes of 6 1/8”, 7 3/16” and 8 3/16” with 75 Ω impedance, including antenna monitoring systems, adaptors and direct access units. SPINNER supplies dedicated 75Ω calibration kits for these products.

New Multiband Combining Systems: More Bandwidth and Uncompromising Quality

Shopping malls, furniture megastores and office complexes are examples of places where mobile phone users expect to be able to check websites, make calls, and send videos or photographs. But many existing solutions intended to provide seamless Internet access fall short of the mark. All they do is lump together the established 2G, 3G, and 4G (LTE) mobile bands, which in conventional systems are all contained within the frequency range between 694 and 2700 MHz.