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SPINNER Simplifies Combining


Thursday, April 10, 2014 by SPINNER

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New savings potential when using shared mobile network infrastructure.

More and more mobile network providers are building on the economic advantages of a shared infrastructure. But until now, it was impossible to expand the previously procured passive RF systems or this could only be achieved with compromises. New frequencies or providers had to be interconnected again at great effort and expense. SPINNER has set itself the target of making expansions as cost-effective and flexible as possible for network operators.

On the strength of our many years of experience in broadcasting in which CIB combiners have been established for decades, we can now use this technology efficiently for mobile networks as well. A CIB combiner is a multiplexer which combines a narrowband signal with a broadband signal. This allows new frequencies and providers to be added very flexibly and cost-effectively to an existing system. If necessary, the sum signal can also be combined successively through cascading. This makes it irrelevant whether the signals that are being combined are next to one another or if the new signal is introduced between two existing bands.

Pure flexibility, and all in the usual SPINNER quality with the lowest possible insertion losses and highest possible isolation.

It has never been easier and more flexible to combine frequencies and network operators. Thanks to SPINNER, mobile network operators can now considerably reduce their costs with a shared, flexible infrastructure and further expand cost-effectively.