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Trisector  antennas

The TELNET trisector antenna for sharing is part of the ENVIA family, a new generation of antennas for mobile telephone base stations, with radiating components based on fractal geometry. This technology significantly reduces the overall size of the antenna, allowing it to be incorporated under a single cylindrical radome, equivalent to 12 single-band panels in a traditional antenna which makes possible the antenna sharing.

This innovative line of TELNET trisector antennas for sharing has significantly reduced visual impact. It can be assimilated almost imperceptibly into the urban environment by mimicking building elements. In addition, the small height and weight of this family of antennas simplifies installation and maintenance tasks.

Adaptability

Each trisector antenna can be supplied in monosector, bisector or trisector configurations. In addition, each antenna can be supplied in different colours and covers. This family of antennas is ready for RET (Remote Electrical Tilt) technology.

Instaled trisector antenna

New antennas family with internal RET

In the new line of antennas TELNET with new frequencies, it is possible to supply the  INTERNAL RET  already integrated in the antenna radome. TELNET base their designs adapting as far as possible to the customers requirements.

Key features

  • Multisector configuration: Aviable at monosector, bisector 120º, bisector 180º y trisector configurations.
  • Electric and variable Tilt: Ready for remote configuration using RET and INTERNAL RET.
  • Doble azimuth: Global Azimuth and independent azimuth for each sector.
  • Accesibility area: The lower compartment allows easy access to connectors and antenna adjustments (tilt and azimuth).
  • Minimal visual impact: Its reduced size, with the possibility of add-ons, enabling integration with building elements, minimizing the visual impact and facilitating obtaining sites.

Technical documentation

**For further information contact tecnico.antenas@telnet-ri.es