C-RAN

Centralized Radio Access Network (C-RAN) is an architecture where the baseband processing for many cells are placed at a centralized location, and the Remote Radio Units (RRU’s) are placed at distances up to several kilometers away from the baseband site. The C-RAN concept has generally been applied to outdoor macro-cells. However, it can also be applied to small cells that provide distributed coverage across a large indoor space such as an office building, coliseum or other large venue. Benefits of C-RAN include improved performance due to the ability to coordinate between cells, improving network security, network controllability, network agility and flexibility, and also cost reductions as a result of pooling resources. With data usage patterns changing rapidly, distributed RANs are good solutions for operators already familiar with the distributed network topology such as Distributed Antenna Systems (DAS) and Small Cells.

  • In-building Telco Power Cables

    Central Office Power Wire and Cable Class B Strand Without Braid. Flexible, stranded, tinned, annealed copper connecting cable for use in telecom equipment where there are requirements for low inductance and good temperature resistance. Available in low smoke, zero halogen, shielded & unshielded, riser & plenum rated. UL Central Office Power Cable 105deg C dry, 60deg C wet, 600 volts, Sizes 10 AWG – 1/0 and larger.  UL 1277 & UL 1685

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  • Indoor FIber Jumpers

    Amphenol is a premier manufacturer of jumpers and patch cords in the telecommunications industry, meeting or exceeding many of the industry standard requirements for optical transmission loss, reflectance, visual endface specifications, and geometry. Amphenol offers standard patch cords in a variety of configurations and connector types. Both standard SMF-28e and bend insensitive fiber types are available.

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  • Rack Mount Panels

    Amphenol is a premier manufacturer of jumpers and patch cords in the telecommunications industry, meeting or exceeding many of the industry standard requirements for optical transmission loss, reflectance, visual endface specifications, and geometry. Amphenol offers standard patch cords in a variety of configurations and connector types. Both standard SMF-28e and bend insensitive fiber types are available.

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  • Multi Fiber Assemblies

    Amphenol’s Multi Fiber Assemblies are available in up to 24-fiber configurations, in ribbon, round and trunk cable types. The connector breakout options are MPO to MPO or MPO to LC.

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  • Traceable Patch Cords

    Amphenol’s Traceable Fiber Patch Cord (TPC) product line is an effective solution for eliminating interconnect errors in dense interconnect environments by adding functionality into a simple patch cord to be able to trace the other end of a connection.

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  • Splice Trays

    Amphenol offers low cost, small footprint splice trays. Available in 12 or 24 fiber options. 100mm Wide x 10mm high x 140 mm deep. Each 140 mm tray can accomodate up to 12 fusion splices with heat shrink. Stackable to double the capacity.

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  • Wall Mount Panels

    Amphenol’s Wall Mount Distribution Panels provide an excellent enclosure for patching, splicing and storing fiber optic terminations. They are available in a variety of sizes to accommodate from 12 to 144 fibers.

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  • Network test cables

    SilverLine® TuffGrip® robust test cables address the field environment test needs of the cellular infrastructure market.

    SilverLine®-LP is a flexible test cable designed specifically for low PIM performance and to withstand the physical abuse of field use.

    SilverLine®-DAS is specifically designed for stable, low PIM performance and to withstand the flexing that occurs when testing indoor DAS systems in tight spaces.

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