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Ubidyne Supports Digtal DAS

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ULM, Germany -- Ubidyne has announced that its advanced active antenna platform is now able to support the first fully digital Distributed Antenna System (DAS) for extending mobile broadband coverage (LTE, UMTS) to indoor or outdoor data hot-spots. Based on its innovative digital architecture, the Ubidyne solution supports high-capacity, multiband, multi-standard and multi-operator installations for environments such as university campuses, airports, shopping malls, stadiums and offices as well as other dense urban indoor and outdoor deployments.

Up to 16 independent single-band to quad-band remote antennas can be strategically located and connected using any grade of fiber to a central hub (uBhub), based up to 10km away. Multiple hubs can be cascaded for coverage solutions in large buildings such as sports stadiums or congress centers, for example. With full digital control of each transceiver/radiator, a single Ubidyne DAS solution can be used by different wireless carriers in the same location to meet specific coverage and capacity needs. Other benefits include rapid troubleshooting for reduced maintenance costs, self-calibration and easy health checks.

Ubidyne’s digital architecture also supports the combination of different radio solutions. For example, for indoor/campus locations, the DAS system can be connected with a high capacity small cell, also based on Ubidyne’s platform architecture. Finally, the digital architecture enables future-proofed cooperative antenna solutions with distributed MIMO for high capacity hot-spots.

Ubidyne GmbH

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