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RFS Intros Compact 3ft Antennas for Microwave Backhaul

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MERIDEN, Conn. -- Radio Frequency Systems (RFS), the global wireless and broadcast infrastructure specialist, today announced the addition of new 3ft options to its portfolio of CompactLine EASY microwave antennas that will enable customers to better overcome the challenges of microwave backhaul and ultimately reduce TCO. Engineered to provide high performance in a light, compact, easy-to-deploy package, the new SC3/SCX3 series CompactLine EASY microwave antennas are more than 20 percent lighter than competing products on the market.

The newly-released 3ft antennas are available in single-polarized configurations, the SC3 series, and dual-polarized configurations, the SCX3 series, for 6 GHz to 25 GHz frequencies and include three wideband models. Additionally, CompactLine EASY microwave antennas provide best-in-class radiation patterns that reduce interference and enable easier configuration as part of complete network deployment. These options are designed to make it even simpler to select the right antenna for any network deployment or upgrade.

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