In Building Cellular and Wireless Technology

The Zinwave 3000 Distributed Antenna System (DAS) comprises centrally located Primary Hub units (PH), distributed Secondary Hubs (SH), and Remote Units (RU) deployed to provide wireless coverage throughout a building. The Primary and Secondary Hubs have the same form factor. The Remote Units are designed for un-obtrusive deployment on building walls or within ceiling voids.

Single or dual-star configurations are supported. With up to 8 Remote Units from one Primary Hub, and up to 64 Remote Units from a single Primary Hub via 8 Secondary Hubs. The Primary and Secondary Hubs are modular to provide full flexibility,each having 4 input modules and 8 output modules. A PH supports up to 4service inputs.

The Primary and Secondary hubs are connected via fibre (SMF or MMF). Both coaxial and fibre RUs and RU drive modules are available thus allowing user choice on cabling to the Remote Units (Coax, SMF or MMF). Zinwave’s patented technology enables fibre agnostic transmission of multiple RF signals simultaneously, irrespective of frequency or protocol. The 3000 DAS enables any number or combination of multi-service distribution from 136 MHz – 2.7 GHz including GSM, CDMA, UMTS, LTE, TDMA, iDEN, WiFi, WiMAX, Tetra, PMR, LMR, SMR, DVB-H

3000 Distributed Antenna System
3000 Primary/Secondary Hub
Frequency Range 136MHz – 2.7GHz
Up to 8 optical or coaxial interfaces to secondary hubs or remote units
Unique software programmable RF combiner architecture enabling flexible service routing
MMF operating distances of at least 550m. SMF operating distances of at least 2km
Web based network management and SNMP interface
RJ-45 Ethernet and Serial management interface
Local monitoring capabilities for hub and remote units via LEDs
Remote Units
Coaxial and Fibre connected versions
18-20 dBm wideband output power
Remote powering
Ceiling or wall mountable, can be located in roof space
Multi-service capability from 136MHz to 2.7GHz for any service or number of services, irrespective of carrier frequency or protocol

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