In 2008, after the decision of SIEMENS of closing its company SIEMENS-ELASA, located in Zaragoza, TELNET Redes Inteligentes decided to continue the business of manufacturing of mobile phone antennas abandoned by Siemens. To do this, Telnet bought its assets for the manufacture of these fractal technology antennas, opening a new line of business making compact low visual impact antennas that integrate themselves with their environment, and designed for sharing sites with other operators. Telnet currently designs and manufactures its own multi-band antennas for a wide range of frequencies and configurations. Among the most demanded applications are sharing antennas, in which up to 6 operators can share the same antenna and antennas with the new digital dividend frequencies, such as 800-900MHz frequencies combined with traditional and new network technologies such as LTE or WiMAX.
To market these compact antennas, TELNET registered the trademark ENVIA (ENVironmental Integrated Antennas), which defines our entire product line of mobile antennas for base stations.