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Mobile Communications/Cellular Base Station Antennas

In mobile communications using radio waves, antennas play the most critical role in the sending and receiving of signals. Building on our foundation of technological know-how as an antenna manufacturer, DKK develops and produces antennas that meet today's requirements.

Cellular Base Station Antennas

The specifications of base station antennas for cellular phones and other devices vary according to where they are installed, the frequency bandwidth used, their coverage area, and other factors. These are cellular base station antennas for outdoors installation which constitute relatively expansive calling areas. DKK provides our customers with the antennas which are best suited to their specific requirements.

Photo: Cellular Base Station Antennas

Beam Tilt Angle Control

A wireless zone is formed in the base stations of cellular phones and other devices to ensure telecommunications quality. These systems use vertical radiation pattern control antennas, which is to say, beam-tilt angle control. In line with our customers' requirements, DKK provides remote tilt angle control system units, hand-held controllers, concentrator units, etc. We also have units supporting AISG for customers who do not have their own systems.

Photo: Beam Tilt Angle Control

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