Baylin Technologies Introduces First 5G Enabled Antenna Product

- October 5th, 2018

Baylin Technologies (TSX:BYL), a global wireless technology company announced that its wholly owned subsidiary, Galtronics has introduced new 5G enabled antenna. As quoted in the press release: Primarily designed for small cell fill-in, stadium, and venue applications, this antenna supports 4G and 5G technologies by providing 2×2 MIMO coverage for 617-896 MHz low-band, 4×4 MIMO … Continued

Baylin Technologies (TSX:BYL), a global wireless technology company announced that its wholly owned subsidiary, Galtronics has introduced new 5G enabled antenna.

As quoted in the press release:

Primarily designed for small cell fill-in, stadium, and venue applications, this antenna supports 4G and 5G technologies by providing 2×2 MIMO coverage for 617-896 MHz low-band, 4×4 MIMO coverage for 1695-2690 MHz mid-band, 4×4 MIMO coverage for 3400-3800 MHz CBRS, and 2×2 MIMO coverage for 5150-5925 MHz LAA frequency bands with average of 30° horizontal, and 60° vertical beam widths.

Galtronics EVP of Innovation and Product Strategy, Minya Gavrilovic, explains the advantages of this antenna: “The GP2712-06367 offers wireless carriers a highly diverse antenna that covers all of their current licensed and unlicensed bands in one package, perfect for all of their near-term stadium and small cell densification requirements.

Randy Dewey, President and CEO of Baylin Technologies said he “is pleased to launch our first 5G enabled product as it creates a great opportunity to begin assisting with building this exciting next generation of networks. The sales team is very excited about the engineering solutions that are being developed by the exceptional engineering team at the brand-new Galtronics Canada facility in Ottawa. The team is well poised to solve current and future industry needs.”

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